CHINA TRAVEL GUIDE | Important Tricks to Know

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Touring to China can appear intimidating, I hope my #ChinaTravelGuide may also help you are feeling extra ready and fewer nervous! These #ChinaTravelTips are compiled from my distinctive perspective as somebody who as soon as lived in China however now visits as a ‘foreigner’. When you have any questions, do not hesitate to ask:)

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➟ 10 Issues NOT to Do in China:
➟ Frequent Scams to Keep away from in China:
➟ Be taught Easy Chinese language for Journey:
➟ Social and Cultural Etiquette in China:

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This is an inventory of subjects I discuss on this video:
1. Helpful Apps
2. ATMs & Tips on how to Discount
3. Discovering Lodging
* I used as a result of they let you understand if an lodging solely accepts Chinese language residents.

4. Transportation
• Edit: I can’t consider I forgot to say:
In greater cities, USE the subway practice! Really easy and all the time in English.

5. Eating / Service
6. Tradition Shock & What to Anticipate


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Hello there, my title is Dia.
I left Los Angeles in late 2017 and have been touring ever since. I started making movies to maintain myself grounded, and since then it has changed into my dream profession! Taking the leap to chase my dream was scary at first, however sharing my tales and adventures with you guys have been an incredible a part of it.

I hope to proceed making journey vlogs and precious guides to assist and encourage others. Would like to get to know ya! Drop a remark and say hello 🙂



This Post Has 21 Comments

  1. madam dia jin your beautiful without a makeup and dressing up fist before work in your video in the hotel that you stay thanks madam dia i appreciate that beautiful smile

  2. madam dia jin hello , thanks for the tips for traveling to china , i had to go there have a business trip with my associate thanks madam dia

  3. so if you are a foreigner prepare yourself ) Chinese will stare at you and ask to take pictures) but it is actually funny ..mostly

  4. you know ive been living in China for almost 2 years already but i still cannot get used how Chinese look at me all the time… sometimes i just dont care, but sometimes it is really annoying ..

  5. If you would replace the word China with India and change the fact that most popular phone apps probably would work, the description would fit India exactly.

  6. So I just went to China (I’m from California) and the most creepy part was they were taking pictures of me, starting and waving (I’m pretty tall 5’11 at 15) and I’m blond.

  7. Zalim China; Zulmünüzden dolayı Allah sizi kahretsin ! zülmünüze karşılık belalar üzerinizden eksilmesin ! masumların ahı, sizin perişan olmanızı sağlasın.

  8. Was just browsing videos on updates with the corona virus in China and got here, it’s sad to hear, praying for the families impacted 🙁

  9. 虽然不知道你说的什么但是感觉很牛逼的样子

  10. You are treated as a foreigner in China? Your accent?

  11. you just helped me decide between learning Japanese and Chinese. I'm Indian American, and China sounds very much like India – a challenging visit for a non-native (I speak the language in India so a little easier, and people speak English somewhat). Since I already goto India, I think I may not invest in Chinese too – they sound very similar – the "wild west" almost (bring your own toilet paper, etc…). Since I've already got a very challenging place to go, I think I'm going to deep dive into Japanese (which is more of a western style country). I will definitely visit China but I think it may not be my goto for investing in the language. But then maybe I'm being hasty. They both seem incredible (as does Korea).

  12. You deserve to have so much more subscribers!

  13. Been to China on business many times and now have absolutely no desire to visit there!

  14. Would feed my 2yo nephew to an alligator just to sniff her hair.

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