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Expats Talk about Having a Baby in China
I gave birth via c-section at VIP Birthing Center in Guangzhou. I stayed in hospital for 5 days and was given IV pain relief. It was a wonderful experience, the staff spoke some English and my husband was able to stay the entire week in our private room. (Read More)
I went to a foreign hospital. The cares was the same and even better than what I would have had in Europe. The Chinese people are really attentive with the pregnant women. (Read More)
I went to Shanghai East International/ private clinic in Pudong. I had a wonderful experience! I choose a British doctor (Dr. Mahad) and all my wishes and requests were full field. I had a natural birth with a epidural.10 hours labor.
The staff was great! spoke English very well.I was treated like (Read More)
6 Important Tips about Healthcare for Expats in China
Expats living in China discuss health insurance and quality of medical care in China. Tip 1: if you're going to the hospital in China (or to a doctor), bring a translator!
Expats living in China discuss health insurance and quality of medical care in China. Tip 1: if you're going to the hospital in China (or to a doctor), bring a translator!...
Healthcare in Shenzhen, China
An expat in Shenzhen, China discusses health care and health insurance in Shenzhen. She advises expats who don't speak Chinese fluently to bring a someone who is fluent with them to doctor's appointm
Answer Questions about Healthcare in China
Help others moving to China by answering a set of questions about health insurance, public healthcare in China, prescription medicine, quality of medical care and emergency services.
An Expat Discusses Living in Tianjin, China
An expat in Tainjin talks about expat life in China. Tainjin has lots of pollution, lousy winters and hot sticky summers. Having an airport and train station are very convenient. Plus, being 2 hours from Beijing is a major bonus.
Expat China: 10 Tips for Living in China
Expats living in China find learning Mandarin a big challenge, but most say that learning even a little is very worthwhile. They also agree that the spitting, squat toilets and Chinese culture take some getting used to. Expats share their tips and experiences living in China.
International Schools in Shanghai, China
Shanghai has a number of great international and bi-lingual schools. Some of these schools cater primarily to expats while others have mostly local students. We cover several popular schools in Shanghai and include feedback from parents.
Thanksgiving in Beijing
For American expats looking to dine out on Thanksgiving, here's a list of several restaurants offering Thanksgiving dinners in Beijing.