Shanghai Expat Information:
Moving to and living and working in Shanghai - a really useful resource for your entire stay
Are you planning to
live and work as an expat in Shanghai and have a million questions?
Have you just accepted a job in Shanghai? Are you looking for international schools in Shanghai,
Do you research info on Shanghai immigration laws and visa or how to import goods and your pet to Shanghai?
Are you desperate to rent an apartment in Shanghai and need assistance?
Do you know what you need to open up a bank account and how much taxes you have to pay?
What about a Shanghai driving license? Looking for info on using the tube, Shanghai busses or Shanghai taxi companies?
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Are you worried if Shanghai's clinics and doctors are up to an international standard? Do you just want to check where to go shopping for food or furniture in Shanghai? Look no further.
This site is managed and maintained by expatriates who know what you to need before and during your relocation to Shanghai. All of us have gone through this process and provide the necessary information from an expatriate point of view.
But believe it or not, despite the stress during your move to Shanghai it is all falling into places and you will survive this most stressful time of your life and will soon start actually enjoying the city! ... at least we all are.
As we felt there was no sufficient free and unbiased information available on how to do organize our move to Asia and how to manage the many facets of an expatriate life, we started this web site and produced "e-relocation Shanghai". This online step-by-step guide on how to move to Shanghai features many links to this web site and to over 1000 pre-selected others. There are over 45 simple tools to streamline the moving process - all invented by us and means tested, off course.
If you use e-relocation Shanghai in connection with this website, you are ready to take on anything. See here, how to get access to the guide.