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Q: i want to work at or live in one of the areas near Beijing which would you say was the best

 

My friend who works teaching English overseas always works in one of the smaller suburbs of Beijing or towns by Beijing now he tell me that they are all considered to be part of Beijing so when I ask question about working in Beijing I mean these areas so incase no one knew this and just to know the best areas to work at which would you suggest.

 

9 years 29 weeks ago in  Business & Jobs - China

 
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who was teaching you English? every comment/post that i see written by you, i laugh before reading it. lol

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I think Urumqi would be a better fit for you...

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The zoo.

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McDonald's

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