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Q: paintball in shenyang ?

i want to play Paintball in Shenyang but i don't know where.. i live in Heping district of Liaoning province !

9 years 2 weeks ago in  Sports - Shenyang

 
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hey dude you want to play some paintball. Get some friends go near the woods and start blasting each other with paint balls. 

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I don't know for sure, but something deep inside me, makes me think that the Chinese government would not be too happy about their civilian population getting army type training, no matter how 'playful' it may appear on the face of it.

 

Of course I could be wrong, (as the hedgehog said climbing off the toilet brush).

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I've heard that there is paint ball around here, but I don't know where. A few Canadians were talking about it at Sam's not long ago. I know that there is lazer tag near O'Reilly's though. 

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They're all, rather unsurprisingly, on the outskirts of Shenyang.  I know of two for sure in Shenbei and Hunnan.  A friend of mine has also seen a sign for one past the far end of Subway line 1 in Tiexi and a Chinese colleague of mine spoke of something which sounded like paintball somewhere past Dongling Park, near Bird Island.

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