Suzhou is China's most famous water town, known for its canals, bridges and classical gardens.
Historically, Suzhou was synonymous with high culture and elegance. Generations of Chinese artists, scholars, writers and high society were drawn to its exquisite art forms and the delicate beauty of its gardens. "The gardens to the south of Yangtze River are the best in the world, and Suzhou's gardens are the best among them." That is an old Chinese saying, and it is true that Suzhou's classical gardens have an international reputation and have even been listed as a World Heritage Site.
Recently a new industrial zone, the Suzhou Industrial Park, also known as SIP, has been created to enhance cooperation between Chinese and foreign companies. It certainly has boosted Suzhou's development, attracting major industries and tech-savvy crowds. A vast contrast from the historical relics that surround it, SIP is an up-and-coming ultramodern oasis.
Suzhou is also famous for its delicious and exquisite food. During your stay in Suzhou, you will have the opportunity to try one of the typical Chinese cuisines, with a sweet taste and a wide variety of seafood.
Our school is conveniently located in the Suzhou Industrial Park, next to the beautiful Jinji lake.
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Our school in Suzhou is located in the modern Suzhou Industrial Park (SIP).
The building is located in front of Jinji Lake and in the same building you can find all kind of services like restaurants, banks, supermarkets.
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Suzhou Industrial Park (SIP), North Building, 199 Xinggang Street, Floor 30, Room 3006
How to reach us:
You can easily reach our school with metro line 1. You can stop at Dongfangzhimen station and take exit 6.
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