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        中文

        ABOUT SUZHOU

        Located in the northeast of Jiangsu Province (in the south of China), Suzhou has long been famous for its poetic name “paradise on earth” and “eastern Venice” as it was called by Marco Polo. The city lies in the water networks, traditional houses and bridges can be seen everywhere, attracting numerous travelers both at home and abroad swarming to witness this eastern beauty with their own eyes.

        Scenic Spots:

        It is worth mentioning that the most famous scenic spots are traditional gardens of Suzhou, namely, the Humble Administrator’s Garden, the Lion Grove Garden, and the Pavilion of Surging Waves, etc.

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        Photo of the Humble Administrator’s Garden

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        Photo of the Humble Administrator’s Garden

         

        Besides the classic gardens, Suzhou is also acknowledged for its ancient towns and villages, such as Tongli, Zhouzhuang, Luzhi, and Qiandeng, etc. 

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        Photo of Zhouzhuang

        Transportation:

        In Suzhou, the metro is very traveler-friendly, reaching almost all the scenic destinations.

        One of the benefits of living in Suzhou is that, it can get you to Shanghai very quickly. By taking the high-speed train, one can arrive at Shanghai within 20 minutes. It is entirely up to you to enjoy either the traditional village or the international skyscrapers.

        Tips:

               You might want to download two apps: Wechat and Alipay, both of which are amazingly widely used in China, the former one mostly for communication, even in the workplace, (and payment) and the latter one for payment. Besides, you need a bank account to actually valid the payment process, which you will understand after arriving in China. Both will help you pay for things when you don’t have cash or when you card is not accepted. Nowadays, almost all young people use wechat or alipay for buying stuff. 


        A short video about Suzhou is attached below, inside which the bird-view of the Industrial Park, Dushu Lake, and Jinji Lake (the most recently developed), 3 districts in Suzhou, is presented, shot by one of SIA faculty with his drone in 2015.  

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