Date registered: November 20, 2011
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Phillips 47 inch TV, in excellent condition. Full 1080p, non reflective screen, 3 HDMI inputs and VGA etc. Has virtual surround sounds and wall mounting bracket.
Full specs and info can be found here: http://download.p4c.philips.com/[...]
Price is 2000. Contact me on Wechat at shambolic2000 or by phone on 18628397173. Replying through here sometimes doesn't work so those options are better.
64 Gb iPhone 6 for sale, in fantastic condition. Has been kept in a case, with a double sided screen protector since it was bought, which means NO scratches whatsoever. Everything works perfectly and it is still under warranty until October 7th.
It has been jailbroken, but you can always update to the latest software which would restore it to a clean, unjailbroken state. Personally I would always recommend the jailbroken state, since there aren't any real drawback, but it's up to the buyer.
I can be contacted through wechat: shambolic2000, or email: email@example.com.
The price is 4000RMB. No silly offers please.
Had this great phone for a few months now as a second phone and hardly ended up using it more than a couple of times. It's in excellent condition, no scratches and screen protector on the front and back. Comes with the box, original charging cable, power adapter, 16Gb Kingston memory card and two cases.
4.7 inch 720p screen
8megapixel rear camera
5megapixel front camera for all you selfie lovers ;-)
VERY thin and light (6.2mm)
8Gb internal memory
MicroSD card slot
It's on China Unicom and as far as I know unlocked(I've used it in Thailand and Sri Lanka).
Price is 1300. No silly offers please
(if you're a student thinking of asking for a silly price, don't)
18628397173 or wechat (my ID is shambolic2000)
Organic milk is definitely going to be better than non-organic, however raw, organic milk is really what our bodies need. Pasteurisation destroys vital components in the milk like lactase, which helps us break down the lactose in milk. This is why most of the world is lactose intolerant. If you do some cursory research you'll see what I mean.
Unless I had a really trustworthy source I wouldn't trust any raw milk here. Or even organic food for that matter..
I went to Aurora Dental today in sever pain from a wayward wisdom tooth. I noted the fantastic layout and design and hoped the service would match the expectations it raised.
I'm happy to say all the staff there were excellent. While I was waiting for the dentist(and emergency appt booked less than an hour earlier-also great) one of the staff offered me a choice of tea, asked me if I was hungry and generally gave top class customer service. The registration process was simple and hassle free, and I didn't have to wait long to see a dentist.
The Chinese dentist, I forget her name, spoke enough English to communicate with me about my problem, and treated me gently and calmly, factoring in my agitated state.
For an X-ray it cost 100, the cleaning and examination part cost another 100. I think it was more than reasonable considering the standard of care I received was better than what I would have received in London.
I may have to go back to remove my wisdom teeth, something I"m not looking forward to, but if I have to go to anyone I'd definitely feel comfortable going to them.
It's in the shopping mall across from the Yanlord shopping mall, near Tianfu Square, on the 6th floor. The lifts are a bit weird, you have to select a floor then the machine tells you which lift to take(there are no buttons inside).
I'm not sure what some of the people are complaining about on here. I've been there dozens of times and never seen any cockroaches, never had problems with the service or food, or the price.
The average meal is about 40-50 per head. Compared to smaller places that average 10-20 obviously it's more, but it's not what I would class as "expensive" by Chengdu standards.
The selection of meals is pretty good, based on a Middle Eastern flavour. It's not as Chinafied as a lot of other "foreign" restaurants are(I've yet to find an even passably authentic Thai restaurant!). The hummus is good, and the pitas and naan too. I highly recommend the lahmacun, adana kebab and moussakka.
This is the only place I've found in Chengdu with decent quality hookahs. Everywhere else has the cheap ones with two hoses and they also don't know how to prepare one well. I recommend asking the staff to put ice in the hookah bowl, makes for a much smoother smoke..
This is my favourite restaurant in Chengdu. The food is great, the service has always been good whenever I've gone there, and the price is quite reasonable in my opinion.
Having read some of the reviews posted previously I decided to give this a try. It's expensive but worth a go if you want veggie food on the fancier end of the scale. There are some dishes to be had for around 40, but most are more pricy. I'd expect to pay around 50+ per head on average if you want to try a variety of dishes. There fresh orange juice was the best I've had in Chengdu so far..
Service: great, friendly and polite without being annoying.
Selection: good but not outstanding or original
Taste: Pretty good, although the dishes I tried were a little oily. The green Chow Miein noodles were excellent, a nice find.
Decor: bland but nothing offensively bad
Location: pretty easy to find if you check first on Google Maps. It's on top of another restaurant in a little cluster.