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Why Study in Qingdao

Qingdao, located in the southeast part of Shandong Province, is a major seaport, naval base, industrial center and also the home to Qingdao Beer and Haier. Reputed as "Oriental Switzerland" and "Asian Geneva", Qingdao is famous for the red roofs, green trees, blue sea, and azure sky. In 2009, Qingdao was named China's most livable city for its clean environment and agreeable ocean climate.

Location and Climate

Qingdao is located on the south facing coast of the Shandong Peninsula. It borders three prefecture-level cities, namely Yantai to the northeast, Weifang to the west, and Rizhao to the southwest. The city's total jurisdiction area occupies 10,654 square kilometers (4,114 sq mi) >> Learn more

Qingdao History

Qingdao has experenced several different periods, you can know that through clicking here:

Ancient Qingdao、Modern Qingdao 、Colonial Influence on Tsingtao

Qingdao Tourism and Festivals

As one of the best tourist cities of China, Qingdao received 800,000 tourists from overseas and 33.9 million domestic tourists in 2008, which brought it wholly 42.03 billion Yuan tourism revenue >> Learn more

Economy & Job Opportunity

Tsingtao, internationally known as the home to T Brewery and Haier, is one of the rapidest developing cities in China, ranking first in Shandong Province and tenth among China's top 20 cities in 2006. In 2006, Qingdao was ranked one of six "golden cities" according to the appraisal by World Bank, out of 120 Chinese cities assessed on factors including investment climate and government effectiveness >> Learn more