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No.66 South 3 Section of Yihuan Road, Gaoxin District, Chengdu, Sichuan, 610041, China
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Forum Posts

Help!

by rjedw1

In Chengdu for the next week with work, however ,been dumped with no local guide apart from my lonely planet - which does not go into too much detail

would love some good information on night life (lively bars, rather than clubs) and reliable tours (something to fill the weekend)

Any help much appreciated

Rob

Re: Help!

by emmet7

find the 'Little Bar' probably the best music pub in town

Re: Help!

by ellyse

Try contacting Mickal (csm028@yahoo.com.cn) about touring.

Re: Help!

by Lance_in_shanghai

To find Little Bar, you should do a screen shot or copy-paste and print the name, address in Chinese (for taxi driver) and phone:

http://www.synotrip.com/chengdu/bars-&-nightlife/little-bar-902.shtml

Chengdu is known for its al fresco teahouses rather than its bars but every city has at least one decent place to have a drink and not hear kareoke or "Hotel California".

Re: Help!

by chengdu

Bars on the street from Xinnanmen to Jinjiang Bridge

Travel Tips for Chengdu

Looking at peoples

by l_joo

Here you have the golden opportunity to look at a local lady, she is definitely a Chendu. She had colorful hairstyle, tattoed eyebrows, fair skins, etc, very trendy look, up-to-date kind of outlook, but, in fact, I was looking at the other one behind her, this lady suddenly turned her body over to me, the camera thus captured her, so guys, this is for you.

Giant Panda Breeding Research Centre - Part II

by mke1963

The Panda Research Centre is just that, and the place has a spectacular success rate in encouraging the pandas to reproduce (check out the family tree of the legendary Mei-Mei in the museum). A panda looks for true love when it chooses a partner, so the system of encouraging the animals to mate annually is a sad - if necessary - consequence of many hundreds of years of human pressure on the panda's natural habitats. There are believed to be only 1200 giant pandas left in the wild now.

For all its sucess in attracting visitors and breeding pandas, one can't help but feel that this is a showcase primarily intended to raise money: in 30 years, they have only released one panda back into the wild (in 2005), but have sent many more than that to other zoos around the world. One wonders what, exactly, the priorities are.

In the meantime, there is plenty of propaganda about the role of the panda in the world today, with plenty of superlatives and hyperbole about the iconic mammal. Signs around the Research Centre wax lyrical about the environment, ecology and the importance of environmental stewardship. Meanwhile, streams nearby - outside - the centre run black and the banks are covered with litter. It takes more than a few signposts in a zoo to tackle serious environmental degradation. This is a country where heavily subsdised water, electricity, land and natural resources means that everyone is using up the environment like there's no tomorrow.

A sign of the times!

by K.Knight

This is the Chinese sign that is displayed outside of internet cafes in China. (I can not read Chinese and I don not known what the sign actually says….probably internet café LOL:)

China being China, and very secretive, you must present your passport when using a public internet café. Most cafes will also charge a deposit on the user card and password, which is happily refunded when returning the card.

Most public internet cafes are also incredibly cheap and we paid as little a 4.50 Yuan for 1 hour! (7.70 Yuan = US$1.00 in July 2008.)

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