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David Thyne

"At the first Shanghai Get-Together I met several American expats. I am very grateful that they shared their experience with me."

Diana Anhaus-Brey

"It is just so easy to find other international people and global minds with InterNations. I didn´t know there were so many in Shanghai."

Living in Wuxi

Wuxi is an ancient and picturesque city in southern China. It is known as "The Pearl of Lake Tai" due to its circular shape and location sitting nestled on the banks of the lake. Visiting the vast Lake Tai with its fascinating water scenes is one of the joys of living in this city. Expatriates in Wuxi will experience seasonal extremes in temperatures, including a monsoon season. Connect with other expats living in Wuxi in the InterNations community to get advice on how locals deal with the summer heat, winter cold and monsoon rains. If you choose to live in Wuxi, you will enjoy excellent transport links by road and rail, which connect Wuxi to the nearby cities of Nanjing and Shanghai as well a major airport providing easy access for expatriates traveling in and out of the city.

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Moving to Wuxi

Moving to Wuxi is made easy thanks to the major transport links and close proximity to other large Chinese cities. The area is popular with tourists, and a quick view of the stunning scenery and historic buildings makes it easy to see why. If a move to Wuxi is on your itinerary, it is worth joining the InterNations community to ask other expats for advice on life in Wuxi and things to see or do while staying there. One must-see place in Wuxi is, for example, the Grand Buddha at Lingshan, one of China's largest Buddha statues. Housing opportunities are varied so if you want to move into one of the towns many high rise apartments or a more traditional house, you will have the option to pick just the right new home. Wuxi is a typical Chinese blend of the country's ancient culture and cutting edge modernism with sleek steel and glass structures towering over intricate wooden buildings. If you are thinking about moving to Wuxi, join InterNations online expat network to get insider tips and advice from other expatriates about important considerations for your relocation.

Working in Wuxi

Any expatriate looking to work in Wuxi will be joining a thriving community in a place with a reputation as being one of the key cities responsible for establishing China's modern industrial boom. Opportunities of employment for expats living in Wuxi are abound, with ongoing development and growth in many sectors. Connect with other expatriates working in Wuxi in the InterNations community to discover work possibilities and to build your network in the city. While the primary source of work in Wuxi is in the industrial sector, as with any large city there are plenty of opportunities to find work in a variety of fields. Speaking multiple languages will increase your chances of securing work within the travel, tourism and hospitality industry and you can practice your Mandarin skills with other polyglot expats on InterNations. Working in Wuxi is sure to be a rewarding experience, letting you fully experience all that life in China has to offer.

David Thyne

"At the first Shanghai Get-Together I met several American expats. I am very grateful that they shared their experience with me."

Diana Anhaus-Brey

"It is just so easy to find other international people and global minds with InterNations. I didn´t know there were so many in Shanghai."