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Q: Harbin hangouts as of 2015?

-Anybody know the Harbin hangouts for people that are 30 and married? ie not drunk off their ass, trying to pick up russian girls, or just generally being a jerk?

The following answers are not what I'm looking for...

...Blues (Now five years ago, that was fun)

...Russian Size (Got carried out by the bouncer...I wanted his ear piece.)

...BoxTown (FuErDai)

...Anyplace full of Korean HaGondDa students...

-So where do middle aged couples go?

7 years 29 weeks ago in  Lifestyle - Harbin

 
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we stay at home with our children waiting to leave for the airport

 

go do some guided tours with other foreigners and change your circle of friends

there is more to Heilongjiang than Harbin

try a visit to Mudanjaing or the lakes down south

go luck to you

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we stay at home with our children waiting to leave for the airport

 

go do some guided tours with other foreigners and change your circle of friends

there is more to Heilongjiang than Harbin

try a visit to Mudanjaing or the lakes down south

go luck to you

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Box club was great back then, well until all the crass nouveau riche second gen came in and the expats moved out.

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I went to Blues a few weeks ago - it was awful. A dance floor full of middle aged Chinese dudes gawking at scantily clad depressed Russian girls pole dancing. 

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These answers are making me think the answer is "none."

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