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Q: Xian or Nanjing? Which one is better city for International students to live in?

I will be heading to China soon , but want to have some ideas about Nanjing and Xian city about their facilities , security , transportation system , shopping etc? Which one is more developed and recommended for international students? 

3 years 9 weeks ago in  Lifestyle - China

 
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Wikipedia.org
Wikitravel.org
Lonelyplanet.com
I guarantee just one of those sites will give you the anwer you want (or not) in less than 21 hours and 30 minutes

Personally, I recommend Cambridge or the Bay Area for international students, not anywhere on the mainland.

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Nanjing is not too bad! Pretty bigg city on it's way to become a 1st tier city. Cost of life would be fine, rent outside campus may be a little expensive. 

 

Pros: Not too far from Shanghai by train.

 

Never been to Xian

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