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Wenzhou is the third city of Zhejiang Province and one of the economic power houses of the region. Wenzhou is not on many China tour itineraries and despite being a Chinese cultural hotpot, it is not the most foreigner friendly of cities compared with Hangzhou and Ningbo , for example. However, there are plenty of things to do and see should you find yourself with time on your hands in Wenzhou. The city has a resident foreigner community that is below average for the city's size although foreign businessmen often pass through.
Wenzhounese people populate many of the China towns around the globe where their language is still spoken and own the leases to many properties in Beijing and even San Francisco. Most universities and colleges are located in Chashan Higher Education Zone. Wenzhou Medical College and Wenzhou University has more than International students making Wenzhou a place for Higher learning for students worldwide. Currently there are students from more than 70 countries living on campus in both institutes.
The new campus is in the Ouhai District, not far from Chashan. Wenzhou Airport is east of the city, receiving flights from around China, and because it also supports flights to and from Hong Kong, it is considered international. Wenzhou Airport recently built a new terminal which is much more user friendly and less oppressive for foreigners. You can get from the airport to the city center by taxi or bus. Taxis are the most expensive and you should bargain hard; if they do not like the price you are offering they laugh at you and start shouting Bus!
Taking the bus is now much easier due to a ticket desk in the new terminal opposite the exit gate. Wenzhou Central Train Station serves most cities throughout China, although because of Wenzhou's mountains, train journeys are sometimes much longer than their bus counterparts.
Some of the stations along the way are Hangzhou, Ningbo and Taizhou. Wenzhou has a number of bus stations that serve a variety of locations around the country. The price is listed on the outside of the bus and on the bus stop sign. The bus stop sign also lists the stops on one side and shows a map on the other. Strangely, you will not find this in Beijing or Shanghai. If you are outside the centre of the city, or in the centre trying to get elsewhere, you will not be able to catch a taxi between PM and 6PM.