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[caption id="attachment_737" align="alignnone" width="579"] A Chinese pronunciation chart[/caption]One of the best things you can do for yourself before you arrive in China is to learn some Chinese. Those who live in China but are too lazy or busy to learn Chinese, end up regretting it. Why? Because life in China is not easy if you don’t speak the language and you’re limiting the number of opportunities you’ll have.When researching where to study Mandarin, you’ll have to take a look at how much time you have. If you have enough time to be a full-time student, you can apply to pretty much any university in China. Many of them offer MandaRead More
[caption id="attachment_728" align="alignnone" width="1920"] Many China expat websites also publish a free monthly or weekly magazine[/caption]There is nothing worse than moving to a new city with no friends and no clue where to find anything you need. Luckily, if you are moving to China for the first time to teach English or study Chinese, there are several helpful China expat websites that can let you know what is going on in the city and where to get the things you need.Read More