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Q: What is a good place or community to live in Wuhan for Expats,

Need a bathtub in the bathroom and an oven in the kitchen in addition to the usual two burner gas stove top

8 years 24 weeks ago in  Housing - Wuhan

 
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I used the services of this agent before to help out a friend who was moving to Wuhan.

 

Mind you, it ain't going to be cheap if you want something respectable.

 

http://www.wuhan-home.com/index.php/our-service/

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8 years 23 weeks ago
 
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Only the highest end apartments will have a bathtub.  Villa's also generally tend to have them.  Either way, it's going to cost you (or your company) dearly.

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If you are employed by a public university, they often lodge foreigners in flats with luxuries unheard of in normal chinese dwellings. It includes marvels like bathtubs and centralized heating.

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Not having been to Wuhan, sorry but I can't give you an answer, however, I have a question.

Why would you travel halfway around the world to a different culture and want to live with people from your hometown? Isn't the whole point of going to a different country to experience the differentness?

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