I'm moving to China in a few weeks to take up a position in Guangzhou. I've heard that Foshan is cheaper, so I'm considering staying there and commuting in. But will I have to go into Guangzhou for other reasons like shopping?
Also, my kids and husband will be coming in a few months and I want to start looking at what their options are. Can anyone give me any help on this?
Thanks so much,
Foshan has plenty retail options of its own but there something to be said for the unique options you would have when it comes to lifestyle and shopping in Guangzhou.
You can also have a look at our Visas for China page, as well as education and schools in Guangzhou, and education and schools in China.
Best of luck!
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