Travelling, working and living like a local in China can be certainly an unforgettable experience for everyone. You can not only save up to $18,000 a year for your future travels, but also be a part of different culture, customs, language and cuisine.
#2 Local hospitality.
#3 Diverse landscape.
|Longji Terraced Fields|
#4 Stunning ancient buildings.
|The Great Wall of China|
#5 Low living expenses.
|One of the signs at the Great Wall of China|
The way Chinese translate single words or full sentences is just way too funny. There are so many grammatical and spelling mistakes you can spot when filling in some official documents or statements, looking at road signs or reading the names of the company on the top of the building. My favourite ones are “tickets ohline”, “crap eggs”, “relic protected- no scratch”, “let us do friends”, “wish you happy and beautiful all life”, “slip carefully”, “easy to slip- take care”, “fresh air can make you naturally breathe”, “less much noise please” and “enterness”.
#7 Events, celebrations, bank holidays.
Celebrating Spring Festival with traditional Chinese mooncakes
#8 Culinary innovations.
|Sneak meat served with veggies|
#9 Chinese herbs.
#10 Adorable Chinese kids.
Would you fall in love with China?
Meet eTramping crew - Agness and Cez – best friends and travel companions from Poland. These two are sharing their budget travel tips on how to travel the world with $25 in your pocket. Since 2011, they have been travelling the world while teaching English in different Asian countries such as China, Thailand or Cambodia. They are both photography passionate obsessed with Chinese cuisine and culture.