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Q: Anyone else in Xiamen?

Xiamen is a cool city by Chinese standards, even kiteboarding... If you are then lets hangout, Me and the wife run a Hostel here and we hold Chinese and English corners here every week...

5-7: edited my question to stop the trolls who like picking on the details of a question

9 years 44 weeks ago in  Transport & Travel - Xiamen

 
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There is no one in Xiamen. It is a ghost town.

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Xiamen is an amazing place - probably the best place I've seen in China so far. I think as far as living conditions go, it'd be hard to beat. But it is also try that it doesn't have half the job opportunities the big cities like Beijing, Shanghai and Shenzhen have, unless you teach. It's got a few foreign firms, but otherwise it's quite limited.

Which is a shame...the beach, a beautiful island across, a very vibrant city and amazing weather for most of the year. Oh and...seafood?

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But is there anyone there? lol

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3.5 million people. I went there for close to 3 weeks and met lots of foreigners.

Stop trolling, Martin.

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Mihoutao so sorry but the question is well ...,

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Moving to Xiamen this month (Jimei though).
Was living in Ningbo before which aint too bad...
Which hostel are you running, Phil?

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I spent one week there last year. The beach is my favourite. I love the sunset.

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9 years 38 weeks ago

Never stop.

 
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Hope to see that sunset soon Cool

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Hi, I'm in Xiamen for the 4th-5th time now. I kind of like it here, but I wouldn't call it the best city in China... My favorite is still Hangzhou.
Xiamen is probably simply too hot for me...

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I wish you submitted your question a little earlier! I was just in Xiamen last week. Great place! Perfect weather.

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