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Q: How do you redeem points if u are not currently in China from eChinacity

Not currently in China but want to redeem points how do I go about it

5 weeks 4 days ago in  Web & Technology - China

 
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You want to redeem your 25 points?
I haven't checked for a long time so don't know what they have, what are you hoping to receive?

icnif77:

You know, I'd do anything for my 27-tss raincoasts ...

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Stiggs:

I'm saving my points for one of those new apartments that seems to take about two weeks to build and look like they're 40 years old after 6 months.

 

500 points should be sufficient I'd say.

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icnif77:

On the other hand, I could build a new bivouac with all these slickers on hand ...

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Stiggs:

Your bivvie would probably be better quality than my tofu house.

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You want to redeem your 25 points?
I haven't checked for a long time so don't know what they have, what are you hoping to receive?

icnif77:

You know, I'd do anything for my 27-tss raincoasts ...

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Stiggs:

I'm saving my points for one of those new apartments that seems to take about two weeks to build and look like they're 40 years old after 6 months.

 

500 points should be sufficient I'd say.

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icnif77:

On the other hand, I could build a new bivouac with all these slickers on hand ...

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Your bivvie would probably be better quality than my tofu house.

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It's the same in NZ, and I think Australia too. Doctors, nurses, probably assorted other associated positions also.

icnif77:

Since I am European, doesn't mean I have to agree with everything EU politicians do ... and I wholeheartedly disagree with EU follows USA as a patsy ... toward alienating Ruskis.

Just by being practical, no more. EU gets majority of their oil&nat. gas out of Ruskis ... and suddenly here are Ameri-neocon-kants who demand EU should import more expensive oil&nat.gas from elsewhere and all EU political retards agree with it just to weaken the Ruskis ... and Vlad responds with lowering the price of the barrel and exports all excess oil to China and India ... What a weakening move from EU that was, let's play some chess ... LOLOL!

EU is the smartest kid on the block ... underground block, thou!

Never mind we're facing the real possibility of the nuclear conflict ...

Here's what I'm reading ... at the moment:

 

https://www.zerohedge.com/geopolitical/biden-throws-zelensky-under-bus-ukraine-leader-brushed-invasion-warnings

... some excerpt:

"Down to the last days before the invasion, there was hope among many Western officials of an "off ramp" that might quickly de-escalate the situation amid the Russian and Belarusian troop build-up along Ukraine's eastern and northern borders. Indeed this "off-ramp" might have come in the form of Ukraine and its backers pledging that the ex-Soviet state would never join NATO.

Many weeks after the invasion, Zelensky revealed in damning statements issued during an interview with CNN's Fareed Zakaria that all during the Russian troop build-up crisis, NATO leadership was pushing him to hold a firm public line that Ukraine is seeking NATO membership."

 

Western alliance action in Uki ... served on the platter ... by ZeroHedgers.

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icnif77:

Your NZ arse will be able to learn something about today's Uki. It's a link about recent, last week's talks of Uki's accession to EU ...

https://www.rt.com/russia/556992-eu-ukraine-norway-obstacles/

... many obstacles listed and here is one:

"The instability caused by the eight years of tensions with Moscow culminating in the current conflict with Russia makes Kiev’s accession to the EU a “political impossibility,” Trondal added.

Ukraine’s issues with nationalism are embodied most vividly in the infamous Azov regiment, whose members openly proclaim neo-Nazi views. When the Russian offensive started, the Azov fighters were tasked with defending Mariupol, a strategic port on the Sea of Azov. After eventually being holed up at the sprawling Azovstal plant near the city, many of them surrendered to Russian and allied forces. Footage of the surrendering combatants emerging from the plant showed many of them sporting tattoos of swastikas and other far-right symbols. Nazi-related items and literature have also been discovered inside the factory and at Azov bases in the Donbass that have been captured by Russia.

On May 9, as Russia celebrated its victory over Nazi Germany, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky posted a photo of a Ukrainian soldier wearing a totenkopf (death’s head) patch of the 3rd SS Panzer Division. In March, the Ukrainian Foreign Ministry tweeted out photos of female soldiers clearly displaying the sonnenrad (black sun) symbol used by the German SS and now by the Azov militia.

Russian President Vladimir Putin has called actions of Kiev towards the Donbass population “genocide,” and Moscow’s stated objective for sending troops into Ukraine in February was to “demilitarize and denazify” the country.

The US and its allies who support Ukraine, however, have accused Russia of inventing or exaggerating the existence of Nazism in the country."

 

Let me add, Azov Battalion is a part of the regular Uki's armed forces ...

Russians bad? I don't think so ...

"Ukis got what they deserve ..." somebody said it once ... Maybe, just maybe that somebody was me ... and IMHO, 'Putins' aren't done, yet in Uki ... just watch!

You've poked the Ruski bear straight into the nostrils and now you can save and stick yer ' .. ohh, poor Ukis and Ruskis are bad ...' somewhere on yer body where sun doesn't shine!

Uki member of the EU? Not in a '700 years' ...

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Stiggs:

I'm getting a mental image of you in living in yer Mumma's spare bedroom, growing a neckbeard and spending 15 hours a day surfing the internet and working yourself up into a state...    chill out dude.

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