Top 10 Most Attractive Chinese Cities to Expats of 2013
The State Administration of Foreign Experts Affairs has a new list of foreigners’ favorite cities in mainland China in 2013. The list was based on 18 factors like working and living environment, expat-friendly policies, administrative capacity local culture and medical services.
Using these criteria here are the 10 most attractive cities for expats to live in:
Tianjin is a historical, cultured, environmental and fast developing city in northern China. It is a fine place for foreign workers on account of medical facilities, physical remoteness, and culture & recreation.
Shenzhen is adjacent to Hong Kong. As China’s first Special Economic Zone, Shenzhen’s fast development and picturesque coastal scenery make it an ideal place for foreigners to live. Shenzhen government has been very productive about attracting, retaining and supporting foreign talent.
This wonderful city with its palm trees, vast beaches and historical architecture attracts many foreigners. This is a very nice and wonderful place for foreigners and their families to study live and work.
Suzhou, the “Venice of the East,” is a city characterized by water, canals, stone bridges, pagodas and exquisite gardens. Suzhou is possibly one of China’s easiest cities to live in, not only for its arresting beauty and rich culture but also for its strong sense of community.
Hangzhou, noted for its historic relics and natural beauty, enjoys the reputation of “the most beautiful city in China.” Hangzhou government is very practical and diligent. They respect knowledge, talent and creation.