Date registered: September 24, 2011
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it may be a temporary change due to constructions around jinsha.
We went to Pingle today, the bus from Jinsha bus station to Qionglai does not operate anymore, instead we had to go to Chadianzi bus terminal (actual final station of metro line 2) and take the bus from there to Qionglai (RMB 23).
Is this really necessary or just construction companies have free capacities and are in the position to convince government officials?
I guess the main question is how much this regulation will be enforced. I personally think these vehicles are not that much disturbing though certainly they drive dangerous. They also mean the living for many people. For me this is another example how the Chinese government can destroy the living of many people from one day to the other.
is there any worldwide accepted certificate for teaching Chinese as foreign language? Do you know any course in Chengdu that provides internationally accepted certificate or that you would recommend to take?
Thanks for your inputs!
I am planning to visit Juizhaigou valley this holiday season, I was wondering if anyone has experience about the bus trip from Chengdu to the valley. Is it dangerous in the winter? How are the road conditions? Thanks for your input in advance!
I went to this place first time this week, I was a bit disappointed after reading the many good comments about it. The coffee and pastry selection is excellent, prices are affordable and the staff is extremely kind (quite rare in Chengdu). However, I found the place to be too small and somehow without atmosphere. For me a cafe should be a place where I feel good to spend a few hours reading or browsing internet and this was not the case here. Somehow the place is too small. It's impossible to conduct a conversation without being heard by everybody around or reading something without being disturbed by the next tables' conversation.