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Q: What to do in Nanning?

Hey Smile. I am looking to move to Nanning soon. I wondered if anyone knew where other expats/foreigners hang out (addresses please) and what there is to do. Thanks Smile

7 years 2 weeks ago in  Lifestyle - Nanning

 
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I am in Nanning, been living here for just over four years. I meet up with two different groups of friends each week for lunch and drinks usually around eight to ten people in each group. I have sent you a message with my contact details in it, reply and I can let you know where we are meeting next. Come and join us and meet a few others as well. 

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The perfect answer :-)

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There are few old threads on Nanning, if you 'Nanning' in search above..

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Thanks Smile. I hope that some people could message me their contact details so we can get to know each other. Actually, I have been in Nanning a few times, and it looks like my presence here will become somewhat more permanent.

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Only poster on this Board, who was in Nanning was Martian (if I remember correct), but he rarely posts anymore.

 

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I am in Nanning, been living here for just over four years. I meet up with two different groups of friends each week for lunch and drinks usually around eight to ten people in each group. I have sent you a message with my contact details in it, reply and I can let you know where we are meeting next. Come and join us and meet a few others as well. 

ScotsAlan:

The perfect answer :-)

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