Food And Water
Next, pick up a drinking water. Tap water in China is not drinkable, so unless your landlord has installed water filters, run to the convenience store to get some bottled water. Most expatriates have large water coolers that hold 1.5 L bottles producing cold and boiling water. Check the brand and the registration number of the bottle to ensure it is safe. Once settled, getting a water filter installed in the house is recommended.
Food is widely available in China at all hours of the day and night. Grocery stores near expatriate housing carry imported goods, and most restaurants deliver free of charge. Local restaurants and McDonald’s will accept cash and wechat or alipay payment, most larger restaurants and department stories stores will also accept international credit cards.