how to fly to another country and stay there to live?
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What if I have no experience and do not speak Chinese?
While experience is welcome, it is not required. And even if you have never taught a language and do not have the appropriate education, China still gives you a chance. It's not worth worrying. Just be prepared for the fact that at first you will have to work hard, much will not be clear due to the difference in cultures, and due to lack of experience. But Moscow was not built right away. And Beijing too.
As for the language, at first I had no relationship with Chinese at all. It was not easy, I confess... Indeed, in small towns, for various reasons, not many people speak English. In such cases, body-language comes to the rescue. The first two weeks are difficult, but then you get used to it, you adapt, you remember phrases and words. Necessity is a very cool motivator, and this is a fact. Well, if you work in a metropolis, then there is no place for excitement - Beijing, Shanghai, Guangzhou - here you will definitely be understood! And the number of foreigners living in these places is a record.
Is it true that...?
True-false questions are at the top of my personal China charts. Top five: Is it true that everything is cheap/dirty/tasteless/noisy and impossible to breathe? The times when you could live on 10 yuan for a week have long since sunk into oblivion. China is rightfully one of the most progressive states in the world, in pursuit of this, and expensive. Now I live in Hong Kong, and, bingo, it's the most(!) expensive city in the world by a number of criteria.