Moving to China

moving-to-chinaMoving to a new city and environment is not easy, especially if you are a undergraduate, graduate student, or young professional. The purpose or reason may change from an individual to another and it’s usually related to Study abroad exchange programsinternships abroad, learn Chinese or try to find to find graduate job opportunities. Whether it’s your first move abroad or not, you will still be leaving your friends, family and familiar environment to start something new. Moving to China can be even more overwhelming, due to the immense linguistic and cultural differences you will most likely encounter.

culture-shockChina is one of the world’s oldest civilizations and soon to become one of the world’s most important global economic player. Moving to China is a hot topic and has already been attracting many foreigners since late 1990’s looking this country and its double digit growth as the new El Dorado. However, you have to keep in mind that moving to China can be overwhelming, due to its cultural differences and linguistic barrier. You’re also likely to encounter the famous “culture shock”… At some degree, everyone goes through it depending where you’re coming from.

But there are a number of ways you can be prepared and this guide will help you on all important aspects of a move to China: Cross cultural training, inside tips, visa regulation, climate, language, insurance, hospitals, sightseeing and travel, etc…

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