Absolutely you can brew a batch! The only thing is you have a lager yeast, so you will have to have cooler temperatures. You could make a Marzen-like beer. For five gallons, use 8-10 lbs of your amber extract, steep about 6-8 oz of your crystal and do an oz of your german hops for 60 min, and another at 15 min or so, and maybe steep one more at 5 minutes. Cool down as low as you can reasonably get it and pitch that lager yeast! Experiment with some different combinations of grain and the malt extract you have and keep repitching with the same yeast until you can find some more. Your local chinese hops might be a variety of sorachi, a japanese hop, and they have a neat flavor with kind of a citrusy bite to them, like lemons.
Get brewing! Get creative! Good luck!
(You might find some bottles of ale somewhere with yeast sediment in them still; if you do, you can use the amber extract to create a starter and cultivate that. You'll have more temperature flexibility with that.)