- ymandarin45 wrote:<p>Hi guys,</p> <p>We have a<strong>multicultural and multilingual Chen's meet up</strong> @ Dong Zhimen,Beijing,China every Saturday, from 14:00 up; Our meet up is sort of socializing and meeting with friends.</p> <p>We <strong>chat about different topics</strong>.We love to meet friends with fun, laughing, drink and discover the adventurous life experience.</p> <p>We <strong>do language exchanges</strong>. We welcome different language learners, who like to practice their oral skill or need help to improve their gramme from the native speakers. It's no matter of any language and niveau. Our host speak Chinese, English, German and French.</p> <p>We also <strong>give useful tipps</strong> to the fresh expatriates about the general view of Beijing city.</p> <p>IT IS TOTALLY FREE...</p> <p>In a way it may help to develop or enlarge your private social network and improve your language skill and and and many others.</p> <p>If you are interested to join us please just simply come up, no reservation needed. Here is the information of your Contact, in case you need more info.about our MEET UP.</p> <p>Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Mobile: 13581636046</p> <p>Add.： Dongzhimen waidajie 42 Yufei Building 1301,Beijing,China. Transportation: Metro Line 2, 13 Dongzhimen Station, Exit C 200meter (East)</p> <p>地址： 中国北京东城区东直门外大街42号宇飞大厦1301室 交通： 地铁2，13号线东直门站 C出口 向东 200米</p>
- Wayne wrote:
I always believe there is no free lunch especially in China. I'd rather pay some money if I really want to get some quality service.
- Alex ^∞ wrote:
Who's Chen, and how does a language meetup help his bid for freedom?