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Q: I am visiting Tangshan, near Nanjing. Is there a supermarket in Tangshan.

I am staying at the Tangshan Hot Spring Sancheng Guesthouse and would like to know if there are any supermarkets nearby and where I can buy wine.

2 years 16 weeks ago in  Shopping - China

 
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No, definitely not!

Tangshan-town is free of any supermarkets.  I think, it's called 'T-super-free-market-zone-town ...'

 

Just out of curiosity, why do you aks?

 

Are you out for redeem pints  like me?

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Beaujolais?  Boons Farm or MadDog 2020?

 

when I was a kid we bought the cheap sh+t,,, oops, I mean 'gormet',,, @ the local 7-11

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