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Q: Living in Shunde Country Garden ?

Hi,
I want to move with my family in Shunde Country Garden, we are living now in Panyu Country Garden (Huanan, Huabi), but unfortunately we need to move out of the Guangzhou area because we have two dogs, in Guangzhou (including Panyu) is not allowed two dogs and also is not allowed our breed, English Bull Terrier.

We get tired of this rules and we decide to move in Shunde. I want to know if any of you knows more information’s about Shunde Country Garden, is it safe?, it is clean?, any foreign food restaurant?, shops, where I need to go for the visa? , at Guangzhou immigration or Foshan?, any foreigners there?
 
Thank you.

7 years 31 weeks ago in  Housing - Guangzhou

 
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The Shunde Country Garden is safe first of all. Why wouldn't it be. Second, it's got to be one of the cleanest places you could live at in Guangzhou. And yes there are foreign restaurants. You can even go to there fast food foreign restaurant. You would have to go to Guangzhou immigration for the Visa or higher someone to take care of the Visa issues. LOL! Yes there are foreigners there. I answered all of your questions, now have a good day! Ok! crying

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7 years 29 weeks ago
 
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Are you certain you don't mean Shunde City Garden?

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7 years 24 weeks ago
 
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from wikipedia: They enjoy being around people, sometimes a little too much, and can prove positively dangerous to people of a delicate nature (read: st**id people who do not know how to react to a dog), not through malicious intent, but rather through their exuberance; as such the Bull Terrier is not recommended for households with small children[7], or the elderly and infirm[8].

 

There is a reason why those are banned from dense populated areas you know... also moving to Foshan / Shunde Country Garden will not make it any better because kids just run carefree over the streets there inside the compound...

 

I live there and I am a foreigner, I like it much more compared to Huanan Country Garden where it smells like garbage if the wind is wrong... no sam's club or tavern or brew here but a small taxi drive takes you where ever you need to be anyway.

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Hi, I am the guy who lived in Shunde, may be I can help you to deal with your problems. Any problems pls feel free contact with me by QQ:214279784 or mobile:13411848354 is available.

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