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Q: i need guangdong police department

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I need e mail contact to Guangzhou (Houjiezhen) Police department.

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Uli

1 year 41 weeks ago in  Money & Banking - Guangzhou

 
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Can you search over Yahoo-gle? No?

 

OK, I'll do it for you:

 

http://english.gz.gov.cn/gzgoven/s3667/Resi_list.shtml

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Clueless as usual Icnif. I avoid this site for a long time & you’re still giving wrong answers.

 

Houjie Zhen is part of Dong Guan so OP needs Dongguan police, not a link to Guangzhou government website. 

 

All I can find is the Dongguan government website bu obviously it’s in Chinese. 

 

http://m.dg.gov.cn/

 

 

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