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    Is Shanghai good place to live?

    Shanghai is a mega city with a population of more than 25 million people and is situated on the eastern coast of China. Because it is one of the most populated cities in the world, the way of life here is unlike that of any other place. Since China began to participate in international commerce in the 1970s, the city has become an economic powerhouse, a cosmopolitan center, and an ideal city with a large expat population as a result of the influx of firms from all over the globe.

    In a single word, I would describe the standard of living in Shanghai as pleasant. It is a far cry from China's less well-known metropolitan areas, which can put even the most hardy foreigners through a grueling test of resilience with their extreme culture shock. The life of an expatriate in Shanghai is really one of a kind, despite the fact that it may take you a few weeks to become settled in and acclimate to the rhythms of a large metropolis.

    The city is home to individuals of diverse ages, walks of life, and countries of origin, and a significant number of these residents have started enterprises or developed side hustles that are geared toward serving the communities in which they live. Because of this, there is a great deal of diversity in everything from the kind of foods and activities available to the locations where people congregate. It also indicates that you have the option to participate in as much or as little of the indigenous culture as you see fit.

    There is a community in Shanghai that caters to every imaginable interest. There is an activity suited to everyone's interests, from language exchanges and board game groups to capoeira lessons and jogging clubs. Those who have lived in Shanghai for an extended period of time would likely all agree that it is one of the safest cities and that it is not difficult to discover a community of people who have similar passions.

    The phrase "the city that never sits down" comes to me when I think about Shanghai. It wasn't until I got there that I realized what you meant by that. People are constantly engaged in something, whether it is their favorite pastimes, social gatherings, or professional networking opportunities. There is never a boring moment since there is always something new to discover.

    The same principle applies to sight viewing. In spite of the fact that China has many wonderful attractions that are easier to miss than others, the city is packed to the brim with exciting opportunities. The following are some activities that should not be missed:

    Take a picture of yourself in front of the recognizable Bund before crossing the Huangpu River and climbing to the top of Shanghai Tower, the highest structure in the world.

    Zhujiajiao Water Town is located in the far-flung Qingpu District, and the best way to get there is by using the metro.

    Peoples Park is hosting a marriage market, so if you want to experience an unusual cultural custom, you should go there.

    Enjoy a cup of coffee at one of the hip independent cafés as you take a walk through the tree-lined streets of the historical French Concession.