1. Top Lhasa Attractions

    Lhasa literally means “place of the gods” and is the holy capital of Tibet. It’s also called the City of Sunshine, and the Holy City. It is 3700 meters above sea level and is home to thousands of Buddhists. The religious and historical sites of Lhasa are breathtaking. The best time to visit Lh…Read More

  2. Top Qingdao Attractions

    Having trouble deciding whether to live in Shanghai or Beijing? Why not choose Qingdao, which is almost smack-dab in between those two megacities? The beautiful coastal city of Qingdao in Shandong province has recently been voted China’s most livable city in terms of safety, public infrastructure…Read More

  3. Top Xi’an Attractions

    The centrally located city of Xi’an is the capital of Shaanxi province (not to be confused with Shanxi province which only has one "a") and one of the oldest cities in China. The 9 million people living in Xi’an enjoy living in a modern city full of history and national relics, the most famous o…Read More

  4. Top Zhuhai Attractions

    Zhuhai, a coastal city in the province of Guangdong province, is the most relaxed city in China. The Chinese government has gone so far as to even proclaim that it’s the best city in China to live. The beautiful environment and relatively congestion-free streets help you feel calm and enjoy life. …Read More

  5. Top Hangzhou Attractions

    Hangzhou is the capital of Zhejiang province (which borders Shanghai) and is infamously known as being “Heaven on Earth”. The scenery in Hangzhou is simply breathtaking which makes it a dream place to teach English. The 9 million people already living in Hangzhou must consider themselves pretty …Read More