Living and Working in China by Andrew Williamson

China is developing at a very fast pace nowadays, and an increasing number of foreigners are venturing into China for new business and work opportunities. China is also one of the popular destinations for tourists. So have you ever thought of living or working in China? Or do you want to find out more about the living conditions in the various cities? Then you have to refer to this book as it is a complete and practical guide to living as an expatriate in the People’s Republic of China.

I highly recommend this book as it is a very detailed guide. Within the 13 chapters between the covers, this book addresses most of the issues and questions that you may have.

First of all, you will find an overview of living and working in China, followed by some background information, bits and pieces of its history, detailed instructions and numerous tips on various topics. There is comprehensive coverage on topics such as accommodation, clothing, safety and even transport. For example, in the chapter on accommodation, the author provides you with some of the options that you can consider and make comparisons on the different options. What’s more, each option is carefully analysed so that you can make a decision faster.

The author has lived and worked in China. Therefore, he is sharing his own experience in this book. He is able to elaborate many different areas with realistic examples. The information is presented in short paragraphs, which makes this book an easy read for all. You will be able to read the entire book in just one afternoon. So grab this book from the library now and you may just be inspired to join other expatriates in China!  



Where to find the book?

Call number: DS 712 WIL 2005

Location: South

Written by Ma Yuan


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