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Base Cities in China

Beijing--Base of Capital Airline and Deer Jet

Average Net Month Salary:USD 737




Beijing is the capital city of the People's Republic of China. It is also the nation's political and cultural hub. Additionally, it is the focal point for the country's transportation, scientific and technological development, education and communication.Beijing is universally acknowledged for its rich history and cultural development. It is also recognized as a modern international metropolis full of energy and vitality.

Beijing, a dynamic city where the old and new intermingle, remains a magnet for visitors from inside and outside China. Also, you can find all kinds of  Beijing snacks and flavor food from all of  the cities of China. Beijing thrives today as the political and cultural capital of China as well as a center of international activity and an important socialist base.


Shanghai-- Base of Yangtze River Express, Spring Airlines, China Eastern Airlines, Juneyao Airlines

Average Net Month Salary:USD 683


Shanghai is situated on the banks of the Yangtza River Delta in Eastern China. It is the largest city in China and the eighth largest city in the world. Widely regarded as the citadel of China's modern economy, the city also serves as one of the most important cultural, commercial, financial, industrial and communications centers of China. Shanghai also has one of the world's busiest ports, and has become the largest cargo port in the world.

Sometimes called 'Paris of the Orient', Shanghai is China's commercial and financial centre. Its modern, international and fashionable reputation entice travelers and visitors from all over the world, who come to delight in its shopping heavens and wide variety of entertainment or simply to experience the glitz of China's most cosmopolitan city.


Tianjin-- Base of Tianjin Airlines

Average Net Month Salary:USD 763


Tianjin is one of the four municipalities directly under the China's central government. It is an economic center in the Bohai-rim Region, the third largest city in China,the largest coastal city in the north of China, as well as a city of great historical and cultural significance.Supplemented by natural scenes, its tourist attractions, typical of cultural heritages, mainly consist of three parts, namely the downtown area with the Haihe River as the axis, Jixian County scenic area famous for scenic spots and historical sites, and Tanggu scenic area typical of seashore sightseeing. Through the years, the city has now become one of the largest international trading ports and industrial and commercial metropolises in China,  second only to Shanghai. 


Haikou-- Base of Hainan Airlines

Average Net Month Salary:USD 327


Haikou is the capital of Hainan Province, a tropical island just south of Guangdong Province. Separated from the mainland by the 30-kilometer-wide Qiongzhou Channel, Haikou is the main port and business center for the island, a tropical city with streets lined with palm trees.

Known as “China’s Hawaii,” Hainan attracts visitors from China and beyond, especially to its southern beaches around Sanya. The tropical climate of Hainan results in very hot summers and frequent heavy rains, including typhoons. In the south of the island, the annual rainfall can be as much as 80 inches.


Xiamen-- Base of Xiamen Airlines

Average Net Month Salary:USD 462


Xiamen, the second largest city in Fujian province next to the capital Fuzhou, covers a total area of 1,516 square meters. As one of the five earliest special economic zones, with heavy investment from Taiwan and Hong Kong, it has been a city growing in strength.

Despite its fame as an industrial powerhouse, this port city has not lost much of its charm, and as a sightseeing haven has become one of the best areas to visit in Fujian and for good reason: With good food, some great architecture and a mild to hot climate, Xiamen is hard to beat.

Xiamen is a coastal city located in the southeast coast of China popularly known as the 'Garden on the Sea.' An early poet once described the city in this way: 'A city leans on stones like a flower; millions of mountains embrace the sea,' which was a true portrayal of the scenery of 'Garden on the Sea.' Xiamen is one of the special economical zones and a city of sub-provincial level directly attached to the central government in planning.The city governs seven districts covering an area of 1516 square kilometers with a population of 1,213,000. In 1994, the city was elected as 'State Gardening and Afforestation Model City' by the State Construction Ministry. It was honored with the title of 'State Hygienic City' in 1996 and the title of ' State Garden City' and 'State Environmental Protection Model City' in 1997.