Changzhou, China

City Profile: Changzhou

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Nicknamed “Dragon Town” for its ancient name Longcheng (literally translates to Dragon Town), Changzhou is one of the most well preserved ancient towns that also possesses modern development. Historically, Changzhou has always been home to renowned people and schools, and now will host Ameson’s Thomas Jefferson Experimental School.   Background: The population of Changzhou is roughly 5 […]

Guilin China lanscape

City Profile: Guilin

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Background In simplified Chinese: 桂林 In pinyin: Guìlín Guilin is considered by many major websites to be the 4th best city in China to visit (behind Beijing, Shanghai, and Xi’an) and has been called by poets and emperors one of the most beautiful cities in the world. Its name translates to “Sweet Osmanthus” – also known as […]

Harbin Skyline

City Profile: Harbin

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Background: Simplified Chinese: 哈尔滨 Pinyin: Hā’ěrbīn Harbin is the largest city, as well as the capital, of Heilongjiang province in Northeast China. Heilongjiang is the country’s most northern province, bordered by Russia and Inner Mongolia. According to the 2010 census, Harbin as a sub-provincial city has over 10 million inhabitants, making it the eighth most […]

Statues on the beach in Shenzhen China

City Profile: Shenzhen

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GoGlobal office is based in Shanghai, so readers of this blog constantly read about our adventures around town. However, there is more to China than just Shanghai! China is a big country, and a big part of moving across the world is knowing where you want to go. With that in mind, we provide a city […]