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Live And Work In China

What is it like living and working in China, it is that the Chinese work very hard. In the West, employees usually go to work at 9 am and leave at 5 pm. In China, people usually start work earlier and end work later, either at night or on weekends. Although there are rewards for overtime, including higher wages, higher positions and higher bonuses, too much work may cause huge losses. This article outlines six skills for achieving a good work-life balance in China.

Arrive early and leave early

Depending on your work, this may not be the only option. Please enter the office as early as possible. No one will miss a friend's birthday or sports match because they are in the office at 7am, but if you work until 9pm, you will find yourself missing a lot. Starting early also gives you time to prepare for the day ahead so that colleagues can better communicate with you. Taking an hour or two to take stock of everything and plan for it can really relieve stress.

Leave the workplace at lunch

Whether it's lunch with colleagues, fast exercise, or just strolling around the block, you can leave the office at lunchtime. It's so easy to order and deliver directly to your desk in China, which means many people don't leave the office all day long, especially in the case of lunch break, which is very common here. However, for a period of time, especially in the fresh air, the spiritual benefits of leaving the office cannot be ignored. Walking around, especially after dinner, will also make you feel energetic. I hope you will be ready for the afternoon with new vitality.

Don't take your work home

First of all, it is important to try to do all the work in the office. Leave your work equipment in the Office (whether it's a laptop, phone or other device) and even a glance at it at home will take you back to work. If you can't leave your device in the office, create at least one deadline in case you are interrupted by work at all times. If you know you really have to stay up late, you'd better stay in the office. Whenever possible, try not to work in an apartment, living room or bed. The boundary between work and family life is sacred and should not be easily broken.

Book holidays in advance

It sounds obvious. Please make sure you book your vacation as early as possible when you work in China. The price will rise rapidly in peak hours. If you try to take a holiday outside the national holiday, you may need to ask the company in advance. Instead of spending the hard-earned money on expensive nights spent on weekends, it's better to take a dream vacation. When you have something to look forward to, your work and life in China will be more enjoyable.

Make friends outside of work

Foreigners working in China often become close friends with their colleagues, which is great in many ways. However, if we just hang out with colleagues, we may become unhealthy, because whether we like it or not, in the end, all conversations will return to work. If you feel this is happening, look for some sports or social clubs in your city. You'll have people you can partner with, or maybe relax in a way you don't get along with office workers.

Don't talk about work outside the Office

Even if you find yourself with many friends outside of work, don't fall into the trap of talking about work all the time. Complaining or joking about what's going on in the office can be tempting, but in the end you're just adding to the burden and stress of your daily work. Because complaining can't solve any work problems, it will only waste time to solve problems.