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Q: kickboxing and swimming in changchun for children with a coach??

my daughter (14) wants to do kickboxing and swimming in changchun but unfortunately we don't know where we can find kinda swimming coach or a "kickbox-school" ...

 

10 years 11 weeks ago in  Sports - Changchun

 
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You need a very, very localized forum for this question, at least IMHO, and so might I suggest that you post it here -

 

http://changchunstuff.com/

 

There isn't a lot of information readily available in English for expats about Changchun and there are only two English-language portals that I know of.   The one above and

 

http://changchunguide.livejournal.com/

 

All the best.

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