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Chongqing municipality, in southwest China, is well-known for its mountains, rivers, misty skies, spicy hotpot, and beautiful women. In addition to those, here are five places you should check out as well.
Shenzhen is a modern, sunny city in the south of China that enjoys warm weather all year round. After you visit these top five places, you will be able to discover the beauty and charm of Shenzhen for yourself.
One of the best reasons to teach English in China is because you can work anywhere in the country! Besides Beijing and Shanghai, Good Teachers Union has positions available all around China including Guangzhou the capital of Guangdong province in the south of China. Here's what to see when you visit there.Shang Xia Jiu Pedestrian Street Located in Liwan district, one of the ancient business centers of Guangzhou, this well-known pedestrian street is one kilometer long and overflowing with all kinds of shops. Perhaps it is most popular for all of the yummy food choices that can be found there. This street has a lonRead More
[caption id="attachment_454" align="alignnone" width="714"] Getting a ride in China[/caption]When you first move to China to teach English, you may be amazed at how well China’s transportation system works all things considered. Imagine having to construct a system to safely get 1.4 billion people from point A to point B! It’s a huge job. While the transport system in China works relatively well, it can be a bit overwhelming for anyone new to China. Here’s a quick overview of the primary forms of transportation in China.Domestic flightsWhile it’s possible to book flights within China on any international travel website, you will find the best deals aRead More