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Q: Shenyang Expat Sites?

Been a while since I poked my head in here.  Some of you may remember me, most of you probably don't.  No matter.  :)


There is a fairly good chance that I will be moving to Shenyang within the coming 6 months and I am looking to plant some virtual roots before I get there.  I am looking to see if there are any other Shenyang specific sites that I might hit up for info,  This site is great and all, but it tends to be a bit general and I am looking to make contacts as well as gain information.


And to save some time, I lived in China for over 6 years (Guangzhou, Wuhan & Dalian) so I know what to expect in general.  


So, if you know of any sites, please PM me so the answers won't get deleted before I have a chance to read them.


Thank you in advance.



6 years 43 weeks ago in  General  - Shenyang

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Moving BACK to China? Again? Man, you're a glutton for punishment, aren't you? Kidding, I'd probably do it too, if things were different.


Haven't found any Shenyang expat forums. However, I would recommend Reddit, /r/Shenyang but it seems dead. /r/Liaoning also seems dead.


Aside from the pollution, Shenyang seems like an awesome city. I actually envy you a little. wink

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