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Q: how is foreigners life in Urumqi?

how is foreigners life in Urumqi? Is  safe place? What about the salaries? And are there bars, foreigner restaurant etc.? I wold like to look for a job in this city but I would like to know something about it. Thanks for the answers!

4 years 36 weeks ago in  General  - Urumqi

 
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There are no ESL job adverts in Urumqi or anywhere else in Xinjiang. 

 

I've worked in Fuk., Xinjiang in 2012/13, and I've always received my salary. Few times, I had to dial SAFEA indeed, but in the end all was good.

If you'll work in Xinjiang, you might learn another foreign language, beside Chinese.

In Fuk., 40km N of Urumqi, they wash the city roads twice a day.

 

English level of students is higher than elsewhere in China.

 

Add 'Urumqi' in the search above for older threads on living in the city/Province.

You can start with search for job in Urumqi, now. You're welcome.

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Yeah, honestly I'd love to work in Xinjiang. But I just can't seem to find any jobs there!!!

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