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It would be good if a map of Hangzhou was provided.

I was going to externally link one, but then I read the below wikiTravel's the link if somebody wants to figure out how to insert it:

See Wikitravel:Mapmaking_Expedition for discussion of mapmaking.
See Wikitravel:External_links for why we might not want to link to external maps.

Link spam

I feel the Learn section was link spam -- it contained nothing but links to two schools. So I deleted it. --Rogerhc 15:04, 21 July 2006 (EDT)

What else would the Learn section be for, but to list university, schools or other locations where you can learn things in the area? Normally a little blurb describing the school is nice, but it doesn't always happen. The Big City template's description of that section is:
If there are opportunities for travellers to study in this city -- from language to cooking classes up to full university courses -- add that here.
I've restored (and formatted) the section for now because I don't think it was link spam. I'd also like to understand your opinion on these links a bit more so please don't feel like I am slighting you. -- Ilkirk 15:44, 21 July 2006 (EDT)

Removed restaurants

This edit removed a few restaurants with no explanation. Jpatokal 06:07, 29 May 2007 (EDT)

Jpatokal - My first edit on wikitravel. I am sorry did not post explanations. All deleted restaurants have closed. Is this the place to add more restaurants and bars etc? I could put 30 or 50 more up on this page. What is a good number? Morehangzhou 01:37, 3 June 2007 (EDT)
Any time you remove something, it's a good idea to explain why in the Summary field just above the "Save page" button. Simply typing "closed restaurants" is enough. We don't want lists of 30-50 items, because that's just too much for travelers to choose from. Instead pick the best or most popular ones in each category, or the ones that visitors would be most likely to enjoy. - Todd VerBeek 11:59, 3 June 2007 (EDT)
Noted. Thanks for advice. If you need anything specific to be done, let me know.Morehangzhou 03:08, 4 June 2007 (EDT)