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Haven’t seen what you’re looking for? Don’t panic, we’ve simply put up our most popular destinations on the website to help the majority of our students make their decision. Just because the destination you have in mind is not here doesn’t mean we can’t help you out - we have contacts and the resources allowing us to place students in almost any city in China so please don’t hesitate to contact us if you’ve been thinking about somewhere else. Here are just some of the places we can help send you for your study abroad porgram in China:
If you don’t want to miss the world famous ice festival in the winter, head up here for a “newsreader” Chinese accent and beautiful Russian architecture, but only if you can handle sub -30ºC temperatures (-22ºF)!
A beautiful port city in North East China with very European architecture. Due to strong political ties, Dalian is heavily populated with Japanese and Korean students, but if soccer is your thing it is good to know that Dalian is considered the soccer capital of China!
Hangzhou and Suzhou
Chinese: 杭州 and 苏州
Pinyin: Hángzhōu and Sūzhōu
The Chinese unabashedly enjoy the famous saying (sometimes credited to Marco Polo) “In heaven there is paradise, on earth there are Suzhou and Hangzhou”. Famous for its West Lake and only about an hour from Shanghai, this is another picturesque city where you can enjoy your language studies.
Famous for its “karst” landscape and cormorant fisherman, the countryside surrounding Guilin is some of the most recognizable and beautiful scenery in the world. Great for outdoor activities and those who don’t like the cold!
Close to Hong Kong, Guangzhou has picked up many of its neighbour's traits. The food is good, the pace of life is fast, the buildings are tall, and if you blink you’ll be sure to miss something (probably a business opportunity!). Looking for the hustle and bustle of a southern Chinese mega city? Consider Guangzhou!
A port city often overshadowed by its close neighbour and China’s capital, Beijing, which is only an hour away. Bizarrely Tianjin is the the home of “Beijing Opera”, but is famous throughout China for it seafood and street snacks. If you want to be close to Beijing but want less foreigners around, consider coming to Tianjin!
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