Study in Shanghai

Useful Information

Nightlife in Shanghai


Night life in Shanghai is gentle and colorful while the scenery at night is elegant. Among all the famous sites, the Bund is a must. The ornate classical and modern buildings are lit up by an abundance of colored lights and the glittering Oriental Pearl TV Tower and Jinmao Tower are magical sights which can be viewed on the other bank of Huangpu River.

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Dining in Shanghai

As a renowned international metropolis of perfect blend of cultures, the modern and the traditional, and the western and the oriental, Shanghai can feast you with all the best food from home and abroad for all budgets. Apart from the local dishes of Shanghai, you will find not only the cuisines and featured food of other different regions in China but delicacies from all over the world. Vegetarian and Muslim restaurants are also available for diners who have special dietary requirements.

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Life on campus is very convenient. Most Chinese students will choose to live in the dormitories on campus because of its reasonable prices, complete facilities and safe surroundings. Most of china’s universities provide international students dormitory for foreign students. Usually there are single-room double-room three-room dormitories for foreign students.

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Shopping in Shanghai

With a dynamic economy, Shanghai is certainly a prosperous city and shopping paradise in the world. You can almost buy anything within your imagination in Shanghai. The main commercial areas include Nanjing Road and Huaihai Road which offer numerous international brand-names. If you are interested in local specialties, there are also a large number of flea markets where you can buy various souvenirs, arts and crafts, namely, the outdoor bazaar at Yuyuan Garden and the cultural street market on Fuzhou Road are among the most famous ones. You can have a wonderful shopping experience and a taste of old Shanghai.

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Transportation Guide

As an important financial and commercial center of China and of the world, Shanghai has highly developed infrastructure, including a convenient public transportation network connecting to other parts of the country. The airports, railways, ports, highways of Shanghai connect it with different countries and regions in the world.

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Foreign Consulates in Shanghai

As the earliest city to open its door for western world, Shanghai has been exposed to the global market for decades. As a result, there have been numerous interchange activities between Shanghai and outside world. Many countries choose to base their sino-embassies in Shanghai not only for its foreign friendly environment but also for its convenient living conditions.

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Useful links about living in Shanghai:
Prices in Shanghai
Banks Information
Foreign Hospitals in Shanghai