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Q: Places to meet people in Changshu, Jiangsu

Is  anyone familiar with Changshu, Jiangsu Province?  I have been here a couple of weeks, can't seem to find ANY local places to meet English speakers.  

 

Does anyone have any leads?  My Chinese is terrible, and I'm going nuts only being able to chat with my coworkers and students.

6 years 9 weeks ago in  Relationships - Suzhou

 
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Check other Schools and Training mills in the area for more FTs.

 

Sometimes students tell me about other FTs in the area.

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Why not coming to Suzhou during the week-ends ? I'm not into the expat community, but there are plenty of expats. The Blue Marlin next to the Li Gong Di district (with all the banks and the pant-shaped ginormous building under construction) is always full of expats.

You are close from Suzhou SIP, come and enjoy a walk around Jinli Lake, it's a nice relaxing walk ! We can have a beer if you like Tongue

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