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It depends on what type of camara you have. Generally speaking, cameras are not expensive here. You can buy a pretty good one around $200 (autofocus, 28-75mm zoom). This type of stuff are changing so fast so the price is keep on dropping. If you have a good one, maybe you shoud take it with you since it doesn't make much sense to spend money on something you don't really need, such as fancy functions.
Kodak Gold 200 films cost about $3.00 each (24 exposure). Sometimes, even Kodak Gold 400 can be bought as the same price. For the automatic cameras, 200 DIN films are recommended. Check with the price at home.
Depends on your spending style you may bring with you some cooking utensils as well. Note, the stoves/ranges used in Canada are mostly flat top (although there are a few gas ranges that allow you to put on
圆底锅). So, for your convenience, take with you 平底锅 only. An electrical rice cooker is strongly recommended. If you can find the product with voltage rating at 110V in China, it will be perfect. Otherwise, you may have to find a transformer to concert the voltages. I will not recommend you to do so since with the power rating on the rice cooker, the transformer may get very hot and it may not be safe. An ordinary electrical rice cooker in Wal-Mart cost around $40~$50. Some Japanese brand may cost more than $100 and can be found in Chinatown.
As to the 焖烧锅, it really depends on your life style. Since I'm from 中国南方, I will not use it to cook meat or vegetables. If you only want to reheat something, the rice cooker can do the same.
In order to avoid spending too much at the settling-down stage, you may also take with you some bowls/plates. 密 An(1) 制品 are preferrable because of their lightness.
As a matter of fact, everything available in China is available in the Chinatown (except those live fishes, shrimps, etc.). So don't worry if you forgot to bring something. On the other hand, don't waste the your personal quote given by the airline you fly with (2 suitacases, 64 KG total ?).
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