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Q: Which city in China do you prefer to work in

Which city in China do you prefer to work in? I have been working in guangzhou for nearly ten years now.There are no other plans to go to another city right now. What about you?

2 weeks 3 days ago in  Business & Jobs - China

 
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I would be really inclined to work here:

 

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 It's such a nice place ... 

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Linfen, Chinadek Reinhard Krause / Reuters

Smog covers the city center of Linfen.

 

Number of people potentially affected: 3,000,000
Type of pollutant: Coal and particulates
Source of pollution: Automobile and industrial emissions

This soot-blackened city in China's inland Shanxi province makes Dickensian London look as pristine as a nature park. Shanxi is the heart of China's coal belt, and the hills around Linfen are dotted with mines, legal and illegal, and the air is filled with burning coal. Don't bother hanging your laundry — it'll turn black before it dries. China's State Environmental Protection Agency says that Linfen has the worst air in the country, which is saying something, considering that the World Bank has reported that 16 of the 20 most polluted cities in the world are Chinese. One Linfen native summed up the city's plight to a TIME reporter last year: "This place of ours is no good."

— by Bryan Walsh

 

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In my 8 years in China, I have worked in Lianyungang, Jiangsu; Shangrao, Jiangxi, and Zhangjiagang, Jiangsu. I love the school I work for now. It is offering me everything I want and need from my career, but the city has gotten very boring to me. That said, the work is more important to me than the social life. Therefore, I will be staying. I have loved living in all three places for their uniquness of lifestyles and environments. 

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New York. 
Don't you dare try say that it isn't part of China!  It's on an old Chinese map, so therefore belongs to China. 

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I've always been partial to Nanjing, myself. Seems like a nice place - much more civilized than where I am now wink

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I think cities except wuhan is fine as long as they are not very polluted.

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