Date registered: November 16, 2009
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Damn, I wish they could cut down the 37-40 hour train ride from Chengdu to Shenzhen to make it perhaps a little cheaper for us expats who have to exit every 3 months--could be a cheaper alternative than flying--But for now I'm not going to spend over 3 days on a train to do a round trip for that journey.
I'm available to teach adults part time (to start with). I have over 4 years teaching experience in China. I don't need a visa. I am a male from a native English speaking country. If interested please reply to firstname.lastname@example.org with as much info as you can give me about the job—thank you.
Tourist visa it's 3 months—go to the Chinese consulate in your country and talk to them—or give them a call—maybe they will speak English. It doesn't matter what visa he is on.
Find the Chengdu Conservatory of Music it is surrounded by music shops—it's the music district. It's off xinnanmen lu-a continuation of Ke Hua Bei lu, near the xinnanmen bus station. 2 blocks south of the station you will see music notes and a staff on the buildings on the corner to your left-turn left, walk about 5 minutes and you will start to see music stores. You will reach a street with many stores—turn right and you will be in music heaven.
Forget the forums, if u want to meet musicians go to the Jah Bar on lin jiang lu beside the jin jiang river beside "Carols by the river."(it's across the street from a huge concrete ship that you can see from renmin nan lu when you cross the river). The best musicians in Chengdu go there to jam, it's a free for all, just pick up an instrument and start playing—coolest bar in China—possibly the world. Drop me an E at email@example.com, i work as a musician here in Chengdu..