Xin Kai Tong International Ruili

No.2 Bian Cheng Street, Ruili, Yunnan, China | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Ruili

JingPo village

A travel blog entry by mathew-sarah

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Ruili is right by the burmese (Myanmar) border in China. It's more tropical here - much more humid. We get to Ruili then take a taxi to the JingPo village where we do a homestay. The people are friendly enough but it's hard work especially at night when we stay in the same room as the youngest son and our guide Suzy. There's no mosquito nets so we get eaten alive even though we put some heavy duty deet on and the beds are rock hard. The ...

China and Burma: complexity

A travel blog entry by happysheep

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... And now India is also
seeking out its own spoils.
But China has the cash, the proximity and less scruples. In the past 15
years, an increasingly confident and wealthy China has ramped up its
offshore investment program seeking energy and food security.
Chinese business has always been a part of the fabric of the region.
In every major mercantile centre, ...

Chinese government says 'don't take the risk'

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Last year the Chinese government tightened up entry requirements and limited how long its citizens could stay in Macau, in an effort to reduce the amount of money - some of it public funds - that was being thrown away in casinos. This year, its attention it turning towards other borderland and borderline ventures: casinos in Burma. Why? Chinese are getting kidnapped. And scammed. Funny thing ...

Cross-border drug smuggling: China-Burma

A travel blog entry by happysheep

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China has something of a drugs problem. Not that you would know it. There's little evidence of drug use, compared to the West. Sure, I've been in bars when joints are passed around (including one by a policeman). And in a nightclub I got offered a line of cocaine (but it was probably ketamin or horse tranquilizor). China keeps a pretty tight lid on things and you are unlikely ...

Cross-border drug smuggling: China-Burma

A travel blog entry by happysheep

This is a top pick!

China has something of a drugs problem. Not that you would know it. There's little evidence of drug use, compared to the West. Sure, I've been in bars when joints are passed around (including one by a policeman). And in a nightclub I got offered a line of cocaine (but it was probably ketamin or horse tranquilizor). China keeps a pretty tight lid on things and you are unlikely ...

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