Get bored of hot pot or Kung Pao Chicken? Want to find something new to cheer up your taste buds? Let’s take an adventure of the most popular food in Chengdu among international interns today! Top1. Chinese pancake (Jianbing) You can buy Chinese pancake everywhere, such as the side of the road, community, bus station,
After coming to China for the internship, you may find out that many Chinese people are very friendly to you. They are always willing to help you and patient to answer your questions. However, it’s always difficult to tell if your Chinese friend is more like an acquaintance or actually a close friend? Because there
What is the common Chinese dialect spoken in Chengdu? People in different cities in China speak a different dialect. The pronunciation of the Chengdu dialect is very similar to mandarin, but the tones are different. However, most people understand Mandarin. If you can speak Mandarin, it won’t be a problem for you to talk with
Referring the reason, he chooses China for his internship, Lupu told us “I have never been to China and I’m always curious about Chinese culture, plus I want to learn Chinese hospitality markets.” As a young student majoring in international hotel management from Romania, Lupu dose a great job and benefits a lot from his
Doing an internship in China is like to take an adventure in a brand-new world for many European students or graduates. Therefore, how to get a happier China internship experience become one of the most important questions for you before setting your foot on China. Here are some tips you can follow to improve your
Street food in China is very much different than in the western world. It’s an extremely important component in Chinese food culture. If you are thinking about taking an adventure of the street food during your internship in China, you should start from the food in Chengdu which is famous all over China for its
Bike-sharing is rapidly spread in China since the end of 2016. You can see colorful bikes almost everywhere during your internship in China. With sharing bikes, you can reach short-distance sites instead of working or taking a taxi. Why shared bikes are attractive for western interns？ Bike-sharing features a new way of green transport.
Doing an internship in China means that you are going to spend your working hours in a totally different environment than what you what you know and used to. Therefore, how to get a better experience while interning in China? Here are some tips for you: 1.To learn Chinese culture before coming to China
Numerous parks, wetlands and green paths around Chengdu provide plentiful choices for interns in China at weekends, but Rural tourism is a must try for international interns. Farmhouses and tourism facilities in the villages often feature stylish and traditional Chinese decorations to meet guest demands. Why choose rural tourism to relax from your internship?
If you choose to come to China for internship during spring time, you will come across a very important festival for Chinese - Qingming festival. It’s also called Tomb Sweeping Day, usually falls on April 4th- 6th on Lunar calendar. What Qingming festival is all about? Qingming Festival has a history of over