Nanjing is the capital of Jiangsu Province, which consistently leads China in terms of the amount of annual foreign investment.
The city is located 300km West of Shanghai on the Yangtze River, and being China’s largest inland port, it is a key junction for trade with vast and rapidly developing Western China. Nanjing is also a major rail link and has an international airport.
Having a smaller expatriate population than cities such as Shanghai and Beijing, Nanjing is an ideal place to live for people who enjoy a close-knit community, and who are looking for more of a real China experience. However, the city also has the conveniences of international supermarkets, shopping malls and restaurants.