There are many great areas to live in China. You could live in Shanghai, Hong Kong, or Beijing and experience a wide range of wonderful experiences.
In the west, I believe that it’s still relatively easy to live in the countryside due to the lack of economic development, but this is changing, and there are now more choices. In fact, you can still be in the countryside but still experience a lot of changes in things like housing, schools, and technology. If you live in the city you will have to deal with the urbanization process too.
As I have mentioned before, I think that China is the perfect example of the way life changes as one gets older. As you get richer and more experienced you’re able to experience things that you could never have before the moment you got here. Living in a small rural town or village gives you the opportunity to experience the changes you never could have before.
The main difference between living in China and a US suburb is that in the cities you will be facing the urbanization process. There are many large cities in China, but there are also many rural and tiny cities. The reason there is more growth in the smaller cities is because people are leaving the cities and moving to the countryside to start their own farms and small towns. For me, living in rural China is a dream come true.
The main cities in China are actually not where you’d think they’d be. The average person has no idea where they’re going to live, much less how to be a good citizen. The average person also has no idea what a “good citizen” is. You can’t start a business or do big charity work in the cities and expect people to be happy. What you can do is start small businesses to help out the locals and bring in a little income.
The best place to live in China is not in the city, but the countryside. Places like my hometown of Hubei in the winter, with a population of less than 500,000, are not the worst places in China to live. I love the variety of landscapes and the opportunity to raise chickens and rabbits, something I cant do in the city or at least not very well.
There are many types of rural living in China, for instance, you can live on the outskirts of Beijing or Shanghai with a small farm or work as a mechanic or a farmer and live in the countryside. Or you can live in the city with lots of urban amenities and still be in rural China. There are many different ways to live and many different types of life.
For instance, a place called “Xiaohe” is a small town with a population of only 200 people that is located in the northwest of China. The town is one of the few places that you can actually live in the city and still be in the countryside.
We were surprised that so many people are willing to live in the countryside, but it was also just a little bit sad to think that this is something that we would have to look into when we go to China. It’s not an option to be able to live like an average citizen in China.