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### What items can I sell under "Shop"?

 

### How to post an Exchange Item? (Books, DVDs, Magazines)

 

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English or Spanish classes in exchange for High School math classes

Hi,

 

I'm looking for someone that would be interested in either English or Spanish classes from me in exchange for High School math review and tutoring for my son.  He is 17 years old and needs to review his math before taking the GED.  He's got the books and the practice exams so it would be easy.

 

Lys Frank

palomablanca65@live.com

Hola

Hola. Mi nombre es Ford. Soy profesora de Inglés de los EE.UU. Me acabo de mudar a Shenzhen y vivir en el distrito de Nanshan. Me gustaría conocer a otras personas interesadas en estudiar seriamente español. Hablo, leo y escribo en un nivel intermedio Read more »

What is the cheapest way to send or exchange money from the UK in China?

Hi all, I'm going to Shenzhen next week and would like to change some of my money to RMB. I've got an English and a Chinese bank account. I know I can just use my debit card in China and withdraw RMB from a Chinese ATM, I could also just change my English money at the border crossing at Louhu or I could also go to a bank and wait in a queue. All these options got advantages and disadvantages, my question is how can I get most RMB out of my UK money? 

English and Chinese Exchange

I'm a kindly Chinese woman and working as a graphic designer for now, I want to find a foreigner friend to be my English teacher, I can teach you Chinese, or do some jobs belong my working area as the exchanging. Of course, I would try my best to help you for the language problems in China.

If you feel interested in the exchanging, please send email to my email cindywu928@126.com

Thanks to view. 

Intl. students arrive in SZ for exchange

Shenzhen Daily has an article named "Intl. students arrive in SZ for exchange" by Wang Yuanyuan

TWENTY-EIGHT students from the United States, Togo and South Korea arrived in Shenzhen on Thursday night for a one-week cultural exchange program.

The students, mainly middle school students, are from Houston in the United States, Lome in Togo and Kwangyang in South Korea. They will leave Shenzhen on Aug. 13 after attending the one-year countdown celebration for the Universiade on Aug. 12, the city’s foreign affairs office said.

All three cities are twinned with Shenzhen and the program is intended to help young students from around the world to build friendships and get to know more about each other’s cultures, the office said.

OMA's Shenzhen Stock Exchange Tops Out

OMA has an article called "OMA's Shenzhen Stock Exchange Tops Out " by OMA©

Shenzhen, 28 June, 2010 – The Shenzhen Stock Exchange (SSE) – designed by OMA as new home for China’s equivalent of the NASDAQ exchange for hi-tech industries – topped out last Saturday at 246 metres, confirming its monumental presence in the rapidly developing centre of Shenzhen. The building is remarkable not only for its height: with a raised podium suspended 36 metres over a public plaza and projecting 54 metres from the tower base, the Shenzhen Stock Exchange has one of the largest cantilevers in the world.







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