With gleaming skyscrapers, fast-paced life and lots of international interest, you’ll feel as if you’re living anywhere in the world. These are the largest cities in China.
Beijing: the Capital of China
Hangzhou, Heaven on Earth
The warm south of China is a cultural melting pot, giving teachers a unique living experience unlike anything in other parts of China. From the freshest dim sum to the clear ocean waters & beaches, teaching English in southern China is a relaxing and invigorating experience.
Dongguan, the Frontrunner of Education
Foshan, the Zen City
Zhuhai, Hundred Isles City
Along the coast, these cities embody the best of China’s sea life. From fresh seafood to beautiful ocean visitas, these cities have a lot to offer in the way of an easy living, Chinese culture and fun attractions.
Nanjing, the Ancient Capital
Ningbo, the Tranquil Wave City
Qingdao, Seaside Paradise
Xiamen, the Oceanfront Garden
Fuzhou, the Darling of Southern China
Jinan, Spring City
Everyone living in the north will tell you it’s the best part of China. With delicious, hearty food to amazing coastlines and four distinct seasons, variety is the name of the game in this region of China.
Tianjin, the Ancient Port of China
Changchun, the Forest City of the North
Dalian, the Pearl of North
Harbin, the Oriental Paris
Shenyang, the Heart of the North
Taiyuan, the Foodie’s City
Shijiazhuang, the City of Rock Music
This is the heart of China. From historical cities to mountain villages, there is not shortage of wonderful sites. You’ll also find the warmth of the people here is welcoming and joyous.
Wuhan, hundreds of lakes
Changsha, the City of Spice
Hefei, the City of Gardens
Zhengzhou, the Modern Ancient Capital
Living in the wild west of China is an exciting experience for sure. From majestic desert landscapes to amazing culinary experiences, living in these massive cities provide teachers with the comfort of living in a modern place but being surrounded by wild environs.
Xi’an, the Oldest City
Chengdu, the City of Pandas