One of the tasks at hand after finding the right home for you and your family is to enlist the help of a domestic cleaning service upon migrating to China. There are many locals offering such services but it can be overwhelming to select one that is sure to fit your needs and personality while at the same time, guaranteeing that they are trustworthy and can communicate well. Whether you want part time or stay in, general or specialized cleaning, Asia Expat Guide can connect you to the proper employment agencies to hire the perfect cleaners for your home who are trustworthy, affordable and can understand what you want…
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Expat Accommodation in China
One of the most important aspects to consider when you live in China is finding the perfect home for you and your family. But these come with a hefty price. Posh service apartments in Pudong or in central Xuhui can cost up to 24,000 RMB per month for a 100 square meter area. If you’re assigned in Tianjin or Suzhou which are still developing cities competing with Shanghai and Beijing, then you can get an apartment for an even cheaper rate. Again, wherever you may be assigned, Asia Expat Guide has the right realtor connections to help you scout the most convenient and safest residence within the budget you can afford…
Problems might occur when you want to open a bank account in strange country whose language you don’t even understand. You also wonder which bank in China is most suitable to your needs, and if the bank of your choice is reputable enough. Let us at Asia Expat Guides break the language barriers and give you unbiased opinions…
Upon your arrival in China, you will start to get disoriented due to the difference in language, weather, transportation system, way of life, and many other things. Don’t get overwhelmed by these sudden changes! Our professional guides at Asia Expat Guides will ensure a smooth transition for you and your family from the moment you step your foot in China: from picking you at the airport, familiarize you with your new neighborhood, local food and places of interest, and guide you in purchasing items for your new home…
When you are unwell and thousands of miles away from home, all you wish is the best healthcare service possible with medical professionals who speak in your language. While you might enjoy world-class private healthcare in China, the bills might not be as friendly to your pocket. Protect yourself against unforeseen expenses with the best international health insurance now, as our highly professional team at Asia Expat Guides provides comprehensive details and thorough information on which hospitals and healthcare facilities are the best for you…
Expat Kids: Education
The quality of education in China should not be a cause of concern for you. However, it can be challenging not just to find a perfect school but one that focuses on a more holistic and well-rounded education when you are living in China. Lacking on other expats’ recommendation and experience, you might be confused with the different educational systems being offered by different schools. We at Asia Expat Guide can help you identify the most appropriate school for your child needs and even assist in offering extra-curricular courses like sports, music and arts.
Visa is unarguably one of the most essential things to settle prior to your arrival in China, but the hassle of processing all documents and papers to acquire it can be tiresome and frustrating. Our team at Asia Expat Guides is well-versed with China visa requirements, so you can just sit back and relax. We will lead the way, and you will never get lost nor penalized…
Expat Wife Activities
With China opening itself more and more to the rest of the world, you can also expect more varied activities for your wife and family to enjoy, many of which will allow them to easily feel comfortably at home. As one of Asia’s central cultural and historical hub, living in China would be fun because it is home to the greatest ancient sites, grandest museums and monuments and even host to major cultural shows like operas, ballets, plays, fashion shows and concerts. From old houses to modern buildings, China is never short of fascinating attractions which can easily be reached by plane or train—all within the same time zone!
Local Language Course
Living in China demands knowing at least basic Chinese expressions to facilitate your immersion with the locals and interaction with them. This is particularly true if you’re assigned in provinces which have lesser expat population and hence, less people who know how to speak English. It would not be surprising if the city where you live will also speak another dialect, aside from Mandarin. There are also specialized language sessions like learning business practices in Mandarin to hone both your language and professional skills. Asia Expat Guide has some of the best native speakers to help you in these aspects…
While it’s perfectly fine to bring in common household pets like cats and dogs to China, you should be aware of its particular rules concerning this. This includes vaccination and good health proof requirements, visa requirements for the owner and for some animals like dogs in Shanghai, licensing requirements. To help you quickly become familiar with these unique regulations as well of how certain animals should be cared for when you are living in China, Asia Expat Guide also offers expert advice and documentation so you can import your beloved companion with the least hassle as possible…