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Q: Is there any place they tech how to swim in hangzhou?

Hello, my friend is looking for a swimming teacher, do you know anywhere someone can learn how to swim?

a 23 year old boy and girl

6 years 39 weeks ago in  Sports - China

 
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I'm sure there are plenty of places but Chinese do not like to swim during winter, here in Guangdong where the weather is hot and warm until November they close the swimming pools in September because it's winter, You'll need to wait until next year (May) before they are open again. Even indoor pools.

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  I have a sports category in swimming, and I can teach to swim, but for that I need to find a job in your city:)

 

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