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Q: What is the cost of living in Chengdu like???

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In my opinion, Chengdu is the most comfortable city to live in China. Not so many rich people and people don't really care about money so much like people live in big city, they live their life quite satisfied.
Food is really good and cheap enough.
Environment is nice as well.
People enjoy life there, never heard any people live in Chengdu complain so much about money, even they don't have so much money.
I would love to live in Chengdu, just no family there……

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The cost of living in China depends not only upon the geographical location but also the nationality.

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