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Q: whats the best city you've worked in in china? why?

doesnt really need further explanation

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so far; Sichuan Meishan. It is small and close to Shuangliu Airport by high speed train.

It is a relatively new city. It is not as expensive as Chengdu but only 25 minutes by high speed rail.

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so far; Sichuan Meishan. It is small and close to Shuangliu Airport by high speed train.

It is a relatively new city. It is not as expensive as Chengdu but only 25 minutes by high speed rail.

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Shenzhen

why well its the only city I have worked in.

RandallFlagg:

I only worked in Zhengzhou so technically i should say it's the best for me, but...

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ZZ is simply marvelous .

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What a choice ...a city know for its number 1s and another for its number 2s.
Do you really think a number 3 is going to be a step up ? lol

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I have lived in Lianyungang (Jiangsu), Shangrao (Jiangxi), and Zhangjiagang (Jiangsu). All three have their pluses and minuses. I like Shangrao for being the most authentic as a Chinese town. Plus, the mountains and rivers of the area are wonderful. Although there are few western restaurants, the options are enough the take the cravings away. I prefer a Chinese experience. If I wanted a western experience, I could have stayed in my home country. I like the Chinese culture and people.

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