Chengdu City Guide – Pandas, Peppers, Paradise

Chengdu City Guide – Pandas, Peppers, Paradise

When Sichuan province comes to mind, one could easily trail off into thoughts of pandas, a world-famous cuisine, and the notorious home of China’s most beautiful women. All said trademarks are certainly reason enough to drop what you’re doing and explore this...
Xiamen City Guide – The Garden Island

Xiamen City Guide – The Garden Island

Consistently ranked highly as a “suitable city for living”, as well as being named China’s “most romantic leisure city,” Xiamen offers an incredible environment to live in, accessible only by one of the four bridges from mainland China. Located in the south eastern...
Shenzhen City Guide- The City of Design

Shenzhen City Guide- The City of Design

Shenzhen is located directly north of Hong Kong in China’s subtropical southeast. Shenzhen is a member of the UNESCO Creative Cities Network and is a Special Economic Zone (SEZ), attracting businesses from all over the world. Not only is Shenzhen affectionately...
Qingdao City Guide – The Green Island

Qingdao City Guide – The Green Island

Having trouble trying to decide which city is the best option for you? Read our Qingdao City Guide and learn about what this wonderful beach town has to offer. Seafood, sailing, beaches, and beer: the recipe for the perfect city to teach English! Qingdao is a unique...
Weifang, China – The City of Kites

Weifang, China – The City of Kites

Weifang, China is located in the center of Shandong province in between Jinan, to the West, and Qingdao, to the East. Weifang is known as the “Kite Capital of the World”, Weifang and its fresh winds are well known throughout the province. Besides kites,...
Xi’an, China – Home of the Terracotta Warriors

Xi’an, China – Home of the Terracotta Warriors

With 3,100 years of history, Xi’an is one of the most historically significant cities in China. It has served as the capital city of 13 dynasties and was home to 73 emperors. The first emperor of modern day China, Emperor Qin Shi Huang, is buried in a mausoleum...
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