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Having a Baby in Shanghai

An expat in Shanghai wrote, "Get in touch with other expats that have similar requirements as you of comfort,language and expectation of service. Interview different doctors and trust your heart. Ask as many questions that comes to mind before making a decision of the hospital." (Read More)

Having a Baby in Guangzhou

Another expat in Guangzhou advised, "Give birth in Guangzhou but be open to a c-section delivery as almost everyone I know that delivered here were convinced to have one (6 out of 7 women)." (Read More)

Having a Baby in Shanghai

An expat living in Shanghai commented, "After the birth, I was really anxious with all these terrible stories of contaminated milk in China...

The only solution was to find imported milk for Babies.. at the beginning I filled my suitcases up with baby milk each time I went back to Europe. Finally, I found (and it can help every mum" (Read More)

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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

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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

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Read recent baby reports submitted for Shanghai and Guangzhou.

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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.

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