Are You Satisfied With Life in China? Take Our Survey to Win 500 RMB

Are You Satisfied With Life in China? Take Our Survey to Win 500 RMB
Feb 06, 2018 By eChinacities.com

Life in China is often a roller coaster, especially for foreigners. It can be frustrating, mind boggling and deflating, but it can also be energizing, inspiring and fascinating.

 

If you’re an expat, we want to know what you love about living in China, what you hate about it and what you would change if you could.

We’ve created a very quick and easy survey (3 minutes) to pick your brains on such matters.

In return, we’ll be randomly selecting four participants to win 500 RMB each. 500 RMB for 3 minutes? That’s the best deal in China right now and you know it!

Please take the survey, share it with your friends and look out for the results after the draw on March 12.

Thanks in advance for your thoughts! TAKE THE SURVEY HERE!

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