>>1276538>so none of it?
Look at a map and you'll see that there's quite a bit south of Shenzhen.
Hainan and most of Guangdong province for example.
That said, April-July is a great time to be in the north. Jilin is nicest in about June or August, Inner Mongolia is nicest around June/July. Nadaam is in July too.>>1285160>I'm just gonna get a chain wallet that can fit a passport
That's fine 90% of the time. Chinese are kind of paranoid about pickpockets, with reason sometimes but not other times.
Pickpockets use tongs or chopsticks to pluck stuff out of bags and pockets most of the time. Some are said to open backpacks worn on the back or slash them. I think that's much rarer though and they'd have to be brave to risk foreigners outside of certain locations because foreigners will do things that Chinese won't, like tackle them or call police.>>1285196>I have a bachelors in history, and state licensure to teach in burgerland
More than enough for most jobs. English teaching jobs only want any university degree and native speaking to be official. The more on-topic your degrees, the better the kinds of jobs you can get. I do know people with masters in ESL and stuff like that but they're the exception and they're generally working in private schools or universities and have fantastic working conditions.>>1285571>When you say comparable do you mean equal to my US wage?
That's basically never going to happen but since cost of living is way lower, you can often save more than you could in the west working a similar job. Tax is sort-of optional in China too, depending on your job.