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Address:

34 Xian Qian Jie
(off of West Street)
Yangshuo, Guangxi China 541900

Phone:

(86-77) 3882-6215

Fax:

(86-77) 3882-6215

Email:

mei_AT@hotmail.com

Price:

(Not Specified)

Description:

The multitalented Mei Juan teaches Tai chi, Chinese cooking and massage in the town of Yangshuo. She also is a tour guide, leading to all scenic spots throughout the Guilin / Yangshuo area. Among the places that Mei Juan can bring you are the Longsheng terraces, Moon Hill, the Tea Mountains, numerous minority villages, and more. Rates for classes and tours are quite reasonable, and Mei Juan can speak enough English to make communicating a breeze.

Published on 1/11/03

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Contributor: jbrown [10,407] 1/9/03

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Mei is an excellent Tai Chi teacher!

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