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Q: What popular bars do foreigners meet at?

9 years 47 weeks ago in  Arts & Entertainment - Shenzhen

 
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McCawley's Irish Bar & Restaurant is quite good. Check out their website here: (http://www.mccawleysirishbar.com/)

Otherwise I once went to a place called D'Club, which wasn't bad at all. You can google it.

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D'Club is funzies, I went there a lot with friendz. Service good, reminds me of my coutariez

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9 years 46 weeks ago

Getting halp from moar and moar people is like spin-o-rama high-fiving new friends on answers.echinacities.com with a tip of the hat finishing move.

 
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try douban.com there you can know a lot of bars and parties

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Which City?

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The Terrace in Shekou has great music, tons of expats with a healthy dose of locals that can afford 35rmb drinks and like western culture.
Tuesday's are 2 for 1 SML's all day.

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Why in the hell would you want to meet foreigner they are nothing but player and loser back home. hang with the Chinese, you will make better friends.

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9 years 22 weeks ago

Come on thumbs down everything I say. rnrnPlease I like it thumbs down some more.

 
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This means that he (freakboy) as Loron (=Local moron) can practice English when he hangsout with Forons (=Foreigner moron) and when taking a picture toghether (Loron & Moron) with the fake Iphone. It will look better. 

PS: Dude if you still don't get it, please be advised and see a doctor immediately.

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