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I'm the founder of Synotrip. :)
We started Synotrip to make it easier for travelers to find quality information about travel and life in China for a whole bunch of Chinese cities. Turns out it's a never ending project! China's huge! I still post pictures, reviews and listings but my main focus now is on making the site better for everybody else.
Besides Synotrip, I run a business that provides foreign businesses with Chinese-language Internet marketing and Chinese website translation services. I also run a blog about...well...I guess it's about the different things that I come to think about while working on Chinese translation or digital marketing projects.
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Xi’an (Xī ǎn [西安]), the capital city of Shaanxi Province (Shǎn xī [陕西]), is also referred to as Xian, Chang’an (Dynastic name), Hsi-An (Wade-Giles), and Sian (old Postal System). Xi’an is recognized as one of the most important cities in China, both historically and currently.
Nantong (南通 Nántōng, former names: Nan-t’ung, Nantung, Tungzhou, or Tungchow) is a prefecture-level city in Jiangsu province. The city is located on the northern bank of the Changjiang (Yangtze River) near the river mouth. Shanghai is just to the south across the river, and the East China Sea begins to the east.
Aug 02, 2011 — Tai-Te
Jul 28, 2011 — Tai-Te
1912 is the main bar district in Nanjing. In a nutshell, it’s where the trendy, young crowds go.
Major credit cards are accepted at many, but far from all, ATMS in China. Withdrawing money from an ATM usually avoids the longest lineups and does not require you to show your passport as you would have to at a bank teller. Using a credit card at an ATM should also give you a slightly better exchange rate than you would get at an airport, hotel, restaurant etc.