Who you are:
You are a student and are planning a stay in China? Whether it’s for a long or short stay, you don’t have many clues of what a day in China look like?
And, how and from where to start planning this big journey?
You are at the right place then!
The Exchange Student’s Guide To China » will guide you from the beginning – from your preparation in home country- to your first steps in China.
In this book, you can find information on importantly relevant topics which exchange student should know such as, the visa process and a fair monthly budget to live in China. You will also find different tips for example, if struggling financially to help make ends meet.
I have divided the book in to two parts. The first part is about what need to be done in your home country, like on visa, scholarship, education planning a budget etc.
The second part is regarding on what needs to be done in China. It goes from finding a flat to open a bank account and much more.
Not written yet, the second part is coming very soon.
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About the Author
I’m 25 years old and come from Switzerland. I studied in Fribourg and Paris for a double Bachelors degree in Law, then moved to Shanghai to complete my Master of Law. Living in Shanghai for a year was a great opportunity for me to accomplish different things. I worked in the biggest Swiss SME cluster in Asia; finished my law studies at university; founded a non-profit association; and wrote this book. I also picked up plenty of useful tips for everyday living by being curious and talking to different people. You’ll meet some of them in this book. I love to travel around the globe with my bike. It’s taken me to a climbing expedition in Greenland to travels in Asia. My curiosity always pushes me to learn things that usually remain hidden to most people.