What's it like to live in China for international students?

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What's it like to live in China?

China has seen a very drastic improvement not only in national development but also in the educational sectors, especially the in the universities. It has even gone further to become one the most suitable places for students to study abroad with healthy international recognitions for most of its universities and a generally easy to settle in the atmosphere.

China is generally a beautiful country, with most of its cities up there with the rest of the best in the world. There are a lot of legendary tourist attractions like the great wall and shaolin temples on the side that students can visit on their free periods such as holidays and vacations. Cost of living in China is also very affordable for many of the developed cities. Students can live an easy life at a low rate.

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