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Q: can i get job as doctor in beijing.i can not speak chinees, can speak english and urdu.

i am from Pakistan, having medical education from Pakistan in english. I can not speak chinees, but i can speak and write english and urdu. I want to work as a doctor, child specialist, in shunie or in beijing. Can i get any job here. now a days i am living in China

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short answer no. long answer nononononononononononon noooooooooooooooooooooo freaky way, 

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you need to speak chinese and go to a chinese school. beijing has stricter controls than smaller cities. pay will be the same as a local

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Maybe you can look into "Doctors Without Borders"?  Thats what I wanted to do, but i failed the MCAT. They do fantastic work!

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You can work in China as a doctor . Some knowledge of the Chinese language is obviously an advantage but the clinic or hospital you work in could provide an interpreter for you. 

 

If you have some special medical skills or advanced knowledge then you would be in great demand in China.

 

Medical treatment in China is improving and there are a lot of new hospital investing heavily in new equipment and premises to try and attract patients .

 

Hong Kong has a medical system that traditionally was based on the British one and this has been adopted by the new Hong Kong government.

 

My company actively recruits foreign doctors, nurses and ancillary medical staff and these people are valued in China.Education is highly valued by the Chinese.

 

 

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