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Q: Looking to meet up with Australians who live in or regularly visit Shenyang

I visit Shenyang for a few months each year. Would like to hear from any other Australians who are familiar with the city to share some experiences, stories etc.

9 years 28 weeks ago in  General  - Shenyang

 
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Try Australian singles. Use Google.

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Tired of dirt and lies.

 
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Bump. Returning in a month or two. Any Aussies in town?

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I haven't really met any since I've been here. If you just want to hang out with other foreigners I'd recommend The Green Mile, O'Reilly's, or Uncle Sam's. Even then, your more likely to get a bunch of North Americans and the odd Brit. 

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I only know of a couple of Aussies, one has been here for 5 years but is leaving in the next couple of weeks and the other I see occasionally as he goes by on his bike.  There is a guy called Terry who comes into town occasionally, I think he imports beer or wine and he can usually be found in Strollers when he's here but I haven't seen him for a while.

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