Living & Moving Guide

SAE RELOCATION has prepared a moving and living guide to make your life easier.

Welcome to Shanghai

Congratulations, you have made it to Shanghai! To help you with the transition, the following is some useful information that many expats ask when first moving to Shanghai. Communication What many expats worry about when relocating to a foreign country is the ability to communicate with locals. The language of the land here in Shanghai …

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Holiday Season Special!

‘Tis the season of giving and here at SAE Asia, we’d like to do a little giving ourselves! All moves booked before December 31st, will receive a 5% discount. Even if you are moving later than December(January, February or later) you can still take advantage of this deal as long as if you book with SAE Asia …

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“We’re Moving With…” Contest

A New Box, A New Moving Experience.  Yes, you read that correctly. Our new boxes will have a completly new look. Completely new to the moving industry our boxes allow you, our client, to write in your own sentence describing your moving experience. Keep a look out for the new box and when you do spot …

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How to Self-Pack

It is common for many expats to looking to move back home to begin to think about all of the things that they have accumulated over the years of living abroad. You could decide to ship your items back because you think that it may be cheaper than using a moving company but is that really …

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Tips for Moving During the Summer

Summer is upon us and many people decide to move during this time of the year as it is convenient since their children are out of school. Although you do not have to deal with the cold and wet conditions of winter, you will be trading that for hot, humid and depending on your location, …

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Welcome to China

Around this time of the year is when many expats first land in China on their new adventures in life. China may be wildly different than your home country but one may be surprised at all the conveniences living in this second world country may bring. China, if you allow it to, can certainly be …

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SAE Cares: Heart to Heart

SAE Asia works closely with a local charity organization, Heart to Heart. Heart to Heart is a Shanghai-based non-profit community outreach organization. Composed entirely of volunteers who donate time and support to children from extremely poor families who are undergoing or need heart surgery. Heart to Heart also gives assistance to rural Chinese schools that …

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Life in China Made Easier: Apps

Living in China can be quite a challenge but luckily with today’s technology, information is abundant and with that information the possibilities are endless. The app market in China is flourishing, with anything from movie ticket apps to taxi apps. However, majority of these apps are only available in Chinese. What apps are available for …

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Culture Shock: Saving Face

You may have heard of a cultural concept that is common in Asia called face. Face or mianzi(面子) is something that you will run into or have to get used to while you spend your time here in China. Face is very important to Chinese and it is important to not only give face to …

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