Formerly known in English as Peking, Beijing is the capital of China, the second largest city and one of the six ancient cities. With a history that is more than 3000 years…
Foshan is located in the Northern part of the Pearl River, in Southern China. It’s a booming cosmopolitan city with a population of 4 million, half an hour from Guangzhou…
Chongqing is a major city in southwest China, and is the fastest growing urban centre on earth! Economically it’s the most important city in Western China with…
The home of Tsingtao beer, Qingdao is located in the southeast part of Shandong Province. It’s a beautiful seaside city with clear air and enchanting sea view…
Most people haven’t heard of Fuzhou, but why would you? After all it’s only a city of some 6 million people! Fuzhou is a ‘small’ Chinese city, and capital of Fujian province.
Shanghai is China’s biggest city, and one of its most vibrant – life is fast-paced, confident and the city is still growing at an extraordinary rate. It’s a cultural center, offering a blend of the east and western colonial legacy…
Xiamen is a tourist city within the Fujian province, famous for its attractive sea side, and often voted the prettiest city in the country.
Ranked 7th in Forbes’ list of the top cities for business in China, it offers a blend of enterprise, culture, education…
Guangzhou is the centre of politics, the economy, culture and transportation in southern China, as well as being a city of national historical importance. With its long history, Guangzhou possesses many places of interests.
Nanchang is renowned for its comparatively clean air and environmental focus, as well as its mountains, Tengwang Pavilion and delicious food! There are so many activities for teachers to get involved in, such as fishing, cycling, making pottery, tasting Chinese tea and of course learning Mandarin.
Suzhou is known for its pagodas, canals, bridges and beautiful gardens. The city is divided by the Beijing-Hangzhou Grand Canal from north to south.