Posts Tagged Living in China

Winter in Chengdu

Winter in Chengdu

Winter in Chengdu has now arrived! In most parts of the world, it is already there and it has definitely graced Chengdu, China with its presence! Cold air, chilly walks, and bitter wind abound—winter is about the same here as it is everywhere else in the world.

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Air Pollution in China

Air Pollution in China

Air pollution in China is something that you have probably heard stories about. It is common knowledge that places in China have particularly bad air pollution levels which can be very off-putting for some people.

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Six Things That Surprised Me in Mainland China

Six Things That Surprised Me in Mainland China

When living abroad, there are no shortages to surprises! It seems there has been a new surprise to me in mainland China every day. Here are a couple I have noticed that stand out and happen more frequently than others.

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Convenience in China

Convenience in China

Convenience in China is not always easy to come by and going abroad can be fairly stressful when thinking about things you are used to and how you are going to live without them once you move.

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Teaching at a University in China

Teaching at a University in China

The University in China that I am currently teaching at is far different to what I was doing before. My first job abroad was at a buxiban but I always wondered what the public schools and universities were like in Asia.

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First Week in China

First Week in China

My first week in China has been an interesting one, I decided to share with you, wonderful audience members, my experiences so far to try to prepare you a little for the rollercoaster that can be the first week.

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Surviving Mandarin Part 2

Surviving Mandarin Part 2

Surviving mandarin can be an essential part of a foreigners experience, and it is something that is good to try to tackle a little earlier on in your time away. Last week we brought you part 1 of surviving mandarin, so this week we bring you even more help to get you started.

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Surviving Mandarin

Surviving Mandarin

Surviving mandarin in places like Taiwan and China can be a real challenge for a foreigner so learning the basics is key. There are plenty of resources that teach basic Chinese words and phrases for visiting a place like China or Taiwan.

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