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Q: I am looking for primary school english or chinese in xiasha district hangzhou?

I want my 5 years old daughter to get admission in primary school . We are in hangzhou , xiasha district . Zhejiang gongshang university . Are there any schools near to this place ? 

5 years 28 weeks ago in  Family & Kids - Hangzhou

 
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A bit more information would be useful if you want help.

Are you looking for lessons/classes or what?

 

The people on this forum are many things, but mind-readers is not one of them.

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A bit more information would be useful if you want help.

Are you looking for lessons/classes or what?

 

The people on this forum are many things, but mind-readers is not one of them.

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Admin, this is why you need to be more active or appoint moderators to ban the trolls and delete their spam.

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If it's a real question then try Hangzhouexpat website. 

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Derp....

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Reading this OP made the hair on the back of my neck stand on end. Something in my reptile mind is screaming "Creep".

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