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Post time 2006-9-2 12:15:15 |Display all floors
Originally posted by johnyou at 2006-9-1 16:41
where is the park u mentioned that has a little waterfall?...i've got no idea of this...!

u can go to any place that an ordinary chiese people can...as long as u visit the place as an ordinar ...


First, the location of the park doesn't matter. there are many little places like this that foreigners can not go tto. And no... foreigners can not go to any place that an ordinary chinese person can go. Do your homework before you post lies! Foreigners are very restricted here in China and do not have the same rights as Chinese people. I have lived in several countries and China has been the only country to treat foreigners as 2nd class human beings!

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Post time 2006-9-2 12:16:36 |Display all floors
Originally posted by ivyfantasy at 2006-9-1 16:45



oh ?year?which places?for example?
i haven't heard of that...


You haven't heard of that because you are not a foreigner nor have you had to deal with the local Police because you are a foreigner

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Post time 2006-9-2 12:22:05 |Display all floors
Originally posted by hidenseek at 2006-9-1 23:58
if a foreigner goes to tibet they have to have a permit which can cost 500 kuai.

I think alot of these places are regarded as special areas simply for revanue making.  Amongst other things.  

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I am not talking about going to an SAR. I am talking about going 15 minutes outside of the city by bus which requires a special permit to go to. Yes.. it could be for revenue... but really, some of these places arent really worth spending money to go to. There are other more interesting sites that you don't need a permit for. My question however is refering to a little village or scenic area just outside of the city. I can understand the issue in Australia because there is a possibility of cannibalism. Are there cannibals in china?

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Post time 2006-9-2 12:27:53 |Display all floors
Originally posted by fuzzynuts at 2006-9-2 12:22



I am not talking about going to an SAR. I am talking about going 15 minutes outside of the city by bus which requires a special permit to go to. Yes.. it could be for revenue... but really, s ...


i have no idea,maybe you can ask your chinese friend around you for answer.
GIVE ME YOUR THREAD!

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Post time 2006-9-2 22:06:50 |Display all floors

watch your words

Originally posted by fuzzynuts at 2006-9-2 12:15


First, the location of the park doesn't matter. there are many little places like this that foreigners can not go tto. And no... foreigners can not go to any place that an ordinary chinese pers ...


Apparently u can't put forward any evidence to support your sh*t words. If the places u mentioned do exist, so what? Have u once remembered that an inculpable chinese woman was beaten up in Niagara Waterfull area?

Since u don't like China, why not shut the f*ck up and get the f*ck outta here, u mother-f*cker?

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Post time 2006-9-3 16:25:04 |Display all floors
Originally posted by fuzzynuts at 2006-9-2 12:15


. Do your homework before you post lies! ..


mo  r..n... !!! i hate to use the word, but i have to...!!!  i've done the homework u mentioned even before u were born, man...! so please take this sentence back and keep it as an encouragemnet for youself, man... i dont think u can afford to have a tutor...!!!

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Post time 2006-9-3 16:37:54 |Display all floors
Really now???? You have called the PSB and asked them if foreigners have the same rights as Chinese?? and if foreigners can go anywhere a chinese person can go??? I think not!

explain this :

Last week I travelled into southern Hunan with two friends. We are interested in Chinese minorities, and we heard there were Dong, Miao, and other minority groups in the area. Actually, we purchased a local map that had the areas marked as Dong and Miao autonomous regions. After spending two days there we hopped on the bus to return to our school in Guizhou. Since the buses didn't run all through the night we had to stop and overnight in a city called Suining. It was about 9pm, so we went directly to a nearby hotel. As soon as we entered the hotel we knew something was wrong when one of the workers immediately picked up the phone to call the police. In a few minutes the police arrived and asked for our passports. They asked us if we knew we had entered a restricted area to foreigners, and we said no. (We had no way of knowing the area was restricted.) They said in the morning we should leave immediately, and they would escort us to the bus station. That night we were basically under 'house arrest' in the hotel with three police cars out front and several men waiting outside our hotel rooms. When we got up to go to breakfast, there was another policeman waiting for us to come out. He wasn't as nice as the other police. He asked for our passports and barked at us to get in the car. We were taken to the police station and held for questioning all morning. Finally, they accused us of breaking the law (Article 46) and fined us US$ 140. We told them we had no way of knowing this was a restricted area. It wasn't even marked as being restriced on the map, but they said it didn't matter. We had broken the law. According to China's policy each of us could be fined up to 500RMB and have our visas revoked. In the end, I was fined 500RMB and my friends were fined 300RMB each. This was because 'I should have known better' since I've lived in China longer. Later, the police told us it is possible to get a travel permit from Shaoyang city in Hunan. Otherwise, travellers will be fined like we were. The police also mentioned that there are four cities in this area that foreigners are not permitted to go to: Jingxian (Jingzhou), Suining, Huitong, and Tongdao. Three of these locations are all train stops along the way to Nanning from Huaihua. Ironically, many of the locals do not realize this area is off limits to foreigners.

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