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    Living in China

    Although each country's cost of living has its own advantages and disadvantages, this article will provide a quick comparison of life in China and the United States.

    It's not uncommon to earn a lot of money in the US, yet a lot of it goes toward paying the bills. Although prices in China have increased, they remain lower than in most western nations despite the rising cost of living. This opens the door to a comfortable way of life and a respectable wage.

    Rental costs in China compared. the United States

    $500 - $1,000 a month in the US

    China: $400-$500 a month is the norm

    When it comes to monthly expenses, renting a home is one of the most important. In reality, unless you were still living with your parents for free, you would have had to budget at least $800 per month in order to rent an apartment in the United States.

    Rent is quite reasonable in China. Single-room apartments in the city center for as low as $300 per month may be found in tier 2 or tier 3 cities. In Tier 1 cities, rent can be as high as $700 per month.

    The Cost of Food in China and the United States

    Between $150 to $250 a month in the United States

    $100 to $150 per month in China

    Because to rising food costs in the United States of America, most people are paying at least $50-$75 a week to feed themselves. For those who don't frequent restaurants very frequently, that is. When dining out in the United States, you may expect to spend between $15 and $25 for a dinner, even if you don't drink or just have one. Depending on where you live and the restaurant you pick, those costs might be considerably more expensive.

    For as little as $30 a week you can easily feed yourself in China's basic food market! If you're in the mood to eat out, there are plenty of budget-friendly choices available. It costs between $2 and $5 to have a standard dinner for one person.

    Transportation costs in China and the United States

    $200 per month in the United States

    Rent in China is between $30 and $50 per month

    You presumably drove about in your own automobile, which meant that you had to pay for the car, the insurance, and the petrol you used each week. Your neighborhood bus, cab, or metro may have been used if you didn't have a car. Taking a cab would have cost you a few bucks each way, or perhaps more if you were going to a faraway location.

    China's public transportation system is among the most modern and cost-effective in the world. The bus ticket is less than a dollar (10 to 30 cents) each trip, while the subway ticket is between 50 cents and $1, depending on the distance. Didi (China's Uber) is another wonderful choice if you want more convenience, and it's generally twice or three times the price of the subway, which is still fairly inexpensive.

    Cost of Utilities: China compared. the U.S.

    United States: $250-$300 a month

    Monthly fees in China range from $50 to $100

    Everyone's monthly budget is spent on utilities, which include power, water, gas, phone, and Wi-Fi service.

    It may cost as much as $300 per month in the United States depending on where you live, how much heat or air conditioning you need to use, if your water is provided for free each month, and what sort of phone and internet plan you have...

    The average monthly cost of living in China is about $100 or less.