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

doesnt really need further explanation

5 weeks 3 days ago in  Teaching & Learning - China

 
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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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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.

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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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A: That would be an awful experience. I would call your embassy asap
A:That would be an awful experience. I would call your embassy asap, they might be able to suggest something or give you a temporary replacement or something. I'm sure they would have seen this before.You may also need something from the PSB to say that you still have a valid visa in order to leave the country. Do you at least have a copy of your visa and passport front page, or can you get one?  If you have been working here your employer would probably have copies. In the mean time, turn the place upside down trying to find your passport.Good luck mate.   -- Stiggs