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LIFE IN DALIAN

Food

Dalian cuisine is an extension of the Shandong cuisine marked by plenty of seafood with strong flavors. Popular cooking methods include frying, steaming, braising etc. Some popular dishes include Colorful Snowflake Scallops, Salted Fish with Corn Cake, Dumplings and many more. Given its history of foreign occupation and a continuing influx of internationals, Dalian is not short of other Asian and Western food choices. 

Nightlife & Entertainment

Dalian cuisine is an extension of the Shandong cuisine marked by plenty of seafood with strong flavors. Popular cooking methods include frying, steaming, braising etc. Some popular dishes include Colorful Snowflake Scallops, Salted Fish with Corn Cake, Dumplings and many more. Given its history of foreign occupation and a continuing influx of internationals, Dalian is not short of other Asian and Western food choices. For GAC clients who might find themselves working in this city for their Chinese internships, go out and explore what Dalian has to offer socially. 

Transport

Unlike many other cities in China, Dalian has strict laws about the use of motorcycles; bicycles are also not very common as most roads are quite hilly. The city’s bus and tram systems are efficient and widely used by most people in Dalian. The metro is also a convenient way to get around and is currently undergoing expansion. Furthermore, Dalian operates an airport that has direct flights to most large cities within China, as well as a few cities in Japan, South Korea and Russia. The railway system in Dalian is extensive and has links to other major cities in the country; there is a passenger ship service to adjacent coastal cities both in China and also to South Korea. 

Climate

Dalian’s climate is influenced by the Asian monsoons; it is a humid continental type climate characterized by humid summers, but very cold, windy and dry winters, partly influenced by the Siberian anticyclone. With the exception of winter, the city has a one-month seasonal delay because of its position in the Liaodong Peninsula. 

Place of interest

The Jinshitan Coastal National Geopark is a good place to go and see interesting cliffs and rock formations shaped by coastal erosion. As a coastal city, Dalian has an abundance of beaches such as the Jinshitan Golden Coast beach, Xinghai Park beach and plenty more. The Zhongshan Square still retains classical buildings first built during the early 20th century; Xinghai square has been declared as the largest city square in the world and is definitely worth a visit. While there you can enjoy the view, food, drinks and other options that the city has to offer. In addition, one can also enjoy a short trip to some of the city parks, museums, hot spring hotels and ski resorts. Dalian has a lot to offer to different types of visitors. 

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