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Want to Set up a Business in China? Why Chongqing is a Good Option HOT

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When wanting to start a looking at doing business in China, many people often fail to look beyond China’s east coast. In reality, Chongqing also has a lot to offer, and is a great place to start doing business. ... Read More>>

Stay Rail – Chongqing’s Line 3 Attractions and Amenities HOT

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Connecting upper-crust Yubei with the humbler Nan’an heartlands, the blue line 3 is a vital connection for travelers arriving by air or rail. It also hosts a lot of weird and wonderful sights to be seen. Here is your total guide to Chongqing’s Line 3 ...... Read More>>

Keeping it “Rail” – Sight-seeing by Subway Line 1 in Chongqing HOT

Going to sightsee in Chongqing? Then use this handy guide to visit the sights by using Chongqing subway! This guide shows the way along Chongqing subway Line 1.... Read More>>

Surviving Summer in a Chongqing Furnace HOT

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Chongqing is known as one of the "three furnaces" (火炉) of China, together with Wuhan and Nanjing, and not without good reason! Typical Chongqing summer temperatures soar above 40 degrees. High temperatures coupled with high humidity ...... Read More>>

6 Fun Ways to Stay Active in Chongqing (Without Joining a Gym!) HOT

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Now that summer is upon us, it’s time to get active again. At least I keep telling myself that. I don’t know what it is about Chongqing, but every time I think about getting back in shape, I wind up in front of my computer watching pirated totally legal ...... Read More>>

Top 3 Reasons to Live in Chongqing HOT

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Chongqing isn't a tourist's town. Bearing testament to this fact, Frommer's, Lonely Planet and the like are content to give Chongqing the gloss-over. Instead they highlight neighbouring Sichuan's panda sanctuary and Chengdu's easy pace and ...... Read More>>

Moving to Chongqing? Tips on Where to Live HOT

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Chongqing is a huge city and, chances are, your job will dictate where you reside. However, if you're planning on coming and finding a place for yourself, the choice between city-centre and 'suburbia' can be daunting. This article can't offer solutions, but ...... Read More>>

Transport Tips: How to Get Around Chongqing HOT

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Chongqing is huge. In its expansion it has swallowed up many a town and village, these becoming the various city centres you may want to visit from time to time for shopping and night life. Unfortunately, the transport infrastructure hasn't kept pace with ...... Read More>>

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