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Q: People living in Beijing

to all the people here who live in Beijing or will be visiting Beijing tomorrow and those who do not check the weather. Be prepared for possible wide spread flooding with rainfall amounts of 154mm.

7 years 20 weeks ago in  General  - Beijing

 
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Again? Oh well, at least the... plant... leafy... thing next to my door will grow up to be as tall as my roof now!

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Thanks for the heads-up, Brisguy!

Monsieur Spoon, I envy your plant-ability!  I could kill a plastic plant in less than a weekend.... 

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my whole street is flooded from the rain today up past the knees. Crazy thing is people are still driving in this. How bad is it in other areas? 

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Moved to the first floor of the shopping centre when basement started flooding. They sell beer on the first floor, too. There is direct subway access. Have to go home from subway. Shit.

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Raining cats and cows. Terrible.

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