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Q: Where is Son Street?

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I recently asked a question on here and got in reply an address which seems like just the place I need to go.  The problem is I can't find it.  Could anyone please tell me the name of the street preferably in characters, or if not, in accurate Pinyin (with tones)?  The address is:

 

Son Street, Tianxin District, Changsha, Hunan Entrance No. 212

 

I know where Tianxin District is, I just need to know where "Son Street" is.

 

Many thanks.

 

9 years 33 weeks ago in  General  - Changsha

 
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try taking a taxi, they can find the address, save you the time looking

Ezzza:

Er... the reason I asked the question is so Chinese people will be able to understand me when I ask for directions, which they won't with "Son Street".  I want to know either how to write it (so I can show a Chinese person the name of the street written down) or how to say it correctly so that when I ask for directions (or take a taxi even) I will be understood.

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