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    The current show is coming from Shanghai, it is interesting to see the public face of the Chinese government.

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    I will be in China from March 30th to April 5th. Anyone ever been? Got any positive or negative reports?

    I think it will be interesting espicially when I put a big tri-colour out my hotel window

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    Quote Originally Posted by ireland2004
    I will be in China from March 30th to April 5th. Anyone ever been? Got any positive or negative reports?

    I think it will be interesting espicially when I put a big tri-colour out my hotel window
    I'd be interested to hear your impressions - what's your business there, if I may ask?

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    I've not been to the mainland. I had some friends who visited there years ago and their comment was that the food wasn't like chinese food!
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    Quote Originally Posted by stringjack
    Quote Originally Posted by ireland2004
    I will be in China from March 30th to April 5th. Anyone ever been? Got any positive or negative reports?

    I think it will be interesting espicially when I put a big tri-colour out my hotel window
    I'd be interested to hear your impressions - what's your business there, if I may ask?
    Its probably part of a SF/IRA plot to acquire a nuclear war head, which the Shinners intend on dropping on Michael McDowells head.

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    I'd be interested to hear your impressions - what's your business there, if I may ask?
    Arms deals, smuggling cheap materials to sell for the IRA, ye know the usual.

    Actually no, it's a trip organised by the History Department of the school. Should be good.....hopefully.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jjcarroll View Post
    The current show is coming from Shanghai, it is interesting to see the public face of the Chinese government.
    the first thread ever stared here

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    Quote Originally Posted by LISTOWEL MAN View Post
    the first thread ever stared here

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    at 11:06 PM
    Poster's commitment to accuracy has improved no end in the interim

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