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Life In China
China's economy is booming, with a comfortable standard of living and high salaries for foreigners, and Life In China even surpasses many Western countries.
Transport in China
In the past, travelers from one city to another, whether foreigners or Chinese, didn't have much choice. Underdeveloped cities lack even infrastructure, and in some places there are not even paved roads. And now, that's all changed. For those under time pressure, the quickest and most convenient way to get around is by plane. New airports are sprouting up in all major cities, opening up areas of China previously uncharted by foreign travel. However, if the price of a plane is a bit high, or a fear of heights is putting you off, then taking the High Speed Rail is a good option. The high speed train takes only a little longer than a plane trip, and watching the city and countryside scrape vaguely across the canvas of a window frame is an experience in itself. And the choice doesn't stop there, why not do it yourself and get behind the wheel, renting a car is now easy and inexpensive. The newly paved highway is oncoming and the GPS system is as advanced as anywhere in the world.
Architecture in China
In first-tier cities such as Beijing, Shanghai, Guangzhou and Shenzhen, the buildings look relatively homogeneous, with four of the nine tallest buildings in the world being in China. And the hotel has benefited most directly from this development. Imagine lying in a sixty-story hotel overlooking the entire city. While there is a price to pay for doing so, such a view is much cheaper than anywhere else in the world. A visit to an attraction like the Shanghai World Tower or the Guangzhou TV Tower can add to any Chinese adventure. Some travelers enjoy the view from the Purple Peak Tower in Nanjing and the convenience of hiking to these sites. For better or worse, these buildings have raised the standard of living and excursions in China to a new level.
Perhaps the most satisfying aspect of China's rising standard of living is the cuisine. This is an improvement that visitors can actually taste. For decades, China has struggled to keep their huge population warm, but this is just one obstacle. Concerns have also been raised about the safety of the food provided. Thankfully, visitors to China today will find that these issues are becoming history in China. As the standard of living has increased, so has the demand for the food that people eat. Controlling what fertilizers are used and banning pork and beef steroids has made it safer to eat in Chinese restaurants. The best of these improvements are not just in quality, but also in variety. The variety of food has taken a huge leap from simply being Chinese to being available to the entire Asian population. With China as an economic powerhouse in the East, chefs from Asian countries such as Thailand, South Korea and Japan are flocking to China. The best chefs in Malaysia and Indonesia now work in Beijing and Hong Kong.
People who come to China for tourism. In general, China is one of the safest countries to visit. As long as tourists follow the regulations of the People's Republic of China, they can travel to China with great security and are free to enjoy the nightlife and rural life of China.
The dramatic improvement in China's standard of living has not only benefited locals in Beijing or Shanghai, but also tourists and expats. While China has a long way to go in many ways, living and traveling in China has never been better.