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Q: where is an inexpensive place to shop for inexpensive but decent furniture in Shenyang?

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If you don't know much Chinese, your best bet is to stick with IKEA.  There are plenty of furniture malls around the city but they tend to a bit a bit pricey and you'd need a local to negotiate the price down a bit.  An alternative would be to join one of the WeChat/Facebook expat groups where you can get a hold of some decent second-hand furniture.

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Let's wait for the resident cheapo to come out of the wood work ...

 

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Taobao probably.

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If you don't know much Chinese, your best bet is to stick with IKEA.  There are plenty of furniture malls around the city but they tend to a bit a bit pricey and you'd need a local to negotiate the price down a bit.  An alternative would be to join one of the WeChat/Facebook expat groups where you can get a hold of some decent second-hand furniture.

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