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Kunshan, China - Hey Kunshan expats! Here is a list of some great websites that can help you during your stay in Kunshan, China. Feel free to browse around and take a look. For the Chinese websites, I suggest you download Google Chrome and enable its "automatically translate" feature. Safe & happy travels!
One of the toughest things about moving to Kunshan, or China in general, is arriving at your hotel or apartment and finding out that access to much of the beloved social and entertainment websites and apps found in the West, including the likes of Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Google Play Store, and Youtube, just to name a few, are blocked by China’s “Great Firewall.”
When settling down in Kunshan, any and everyone will tell you to download QQ and Wechat for your phone as soon as you get yourself situated. After all, with popular Western social media websites and apps like Facebook and Twitter blocked across the mainland, QQ and WeChat have grown to dominate the landscape and serve as lifelines for many of those expats looking to connect with their family and friends on a frequent basis
It’s always good to get out of Kunshan for a bit and explore larger nearby cities such as Suzhou and Shanghai. With that, you’ll need to plan ahead and figure out which attractions are best to explore, what events are going on, and the most highly recommend places to eat, have a drink, party, you name it. So, here’s a list of popular and resourceful WeChat Official Subscription Accounts that every expat in Kunshan, China should subscribe to if you want to know more about Shanghai:
Planning to move to Kunshan, China? Great, but before you pack your bags and board a plane, have you spent enough time thinking about the best ways to contact your family and friends from back home while you’re here? Well, in case you’ve yet to do so, the first thing you’ll need to know is that most of the popular social networking platforms, such as Facebook and Twitter, are blocked by China’s Great Firewall and can only be accessed via VPN.
For all you avid photographers out there—including those that simply like taking photos of Kunshan to share with family and friends back home—here’s my list of top 6 destinations for capturing the best shots of life in the city.
When settling down in Kunshan, any and everyone will tell you to download QQ and Wechat for your phone as soon as you get yourself situated. After all, with popular Western social media websites and apps like Facebook and Twitter blocked across the mainland, QQ and WeChat have grown to dominate the landscape and serve as lifelines for many of those expats loking to connect with their family and friends on a frequent basis.
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