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Show new changes starting from 16:14, 23 January 2017
   
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23 January 2017

     08:42  Singapore‎ (diff | hist) . . (0). . 37.10.27.41 (Talk) (Work)

21 January 2017

     11:57  Australia‎ (diff | hist) . . (+29). . Adzas (Talk | contribs) (don´t remove info without explanation)
     08:17  Cantonese phrasebook‎ (diff | hist) . . (+1). . 70.71.171.125 (Talk) (Lodging)

20 January 2017

     23:41  Australia‎ (diff | hist) . . (-29). . 66.87.81.171 (Talk) (Added info)
 m   06:03  Kunming‎ (diff | hist) . . (0). . Brjason (Talk | contribs) (Parks: Fixed typo)

19 January 2017

     14:45  China‎‎ (4 changes | history) . . (0). . [GiulioC‎; 91.240.227.2‎ (3×)]
     14:45 (cur | prev) . . (-655). . GiulioC (Talk | contribs) (vandalism)
     12:58 (cur | prev) . . (+622). . 91.240.227.2 (Talk) (its here)
     12:50 (cur | prev) . . (+16). . 91.240.227.2 (Talk) (get in my belly)
     12:47 (cur | prev) . . (+17). . 91.240.227.2 (Talk) (china townnnn)
     10:09  Cantonese phrasebook‎‎ (2 changes | history) . . (0). . [60.246.66.14‎ (2×)]
     10:09 (cur | prev) . . (-7). . 60.246.66.14 (Talk) (Months)
     10:08 (cur | prev) . . (+7). . 60.246.66.14 (Talk) (Months)

18 January 2017

     05:15  Kyaiktiyo‎ (diff | hist) . . (+314). . 49.213.19.130 (Talk) (Very awkward phrasing was difficult to understand - made language clearer)

16 January 2017

     10:08  Vietnam‎ (diff | hist) . . (+127). . Jantteri666 (Talk | contribs) (Buy: Unlike it is described here changing dongs is easy at airports, at least in HCMC)