The survey found 87 per cent of respondents in mainland China were happy with the state of the economy, which grew 2.3 per cent last year. Photo: AFP The survey found 87 per cent of respondents in mainland China were happy with the state of the economy, which grew 2.3 per cent last year. Photo: AFP
The survey found 87 per cent of respondents in mainland China were happy with the state of the economy, which grew 2.3 per cent last year. Photo: AFP

Expats in China rate quality of life as low but say it’s good for their careers

  • Air quality and restricted access to online services seen as key issues, according to survey of foreigners
  • Mainland’s ranking on list of best destinations improved during pandemic – it was 22nd out of 59, with Taiwan the top choice and Hong Kong at 46th

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The survey found 87 per cent of respondents in mainland China were happy with the state of the economy, which grew 2.3 per cent last year. Photo: AFP The survey found 87 per cent of respondents in mainland China were happy with the state of the economy, which grew 2.3 per cent last year. Photo: AFP
The survey found 87 per cent of respondents in mainland China were happy with the state of the economy, which grew 2.3 per cent last year. Photo: AFP
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