Living; 1. The reality of life in Hong Kong; 2. Lifestyles; 3. Costs and Standards of Living; 4. Types of Accommodation; 5. Food; 6. Shopping; 7. Healthcare; 8. Childcare and Schools; 9. Leisure - sports, culture, entertainment, travel; Working; 10. Job Hunting; 11. Public and private sector work; 12. English Language Teaching; 13.The Complete, Practical Guide to Expatriate Life in Chinaa#39;s Gateway Rachel Helen Wright. Cheques are still used in Hong Kong to a large extent, so it is useful to set up a cheque/current account with a cheque book. ... money transfers between your accounts, checking your balance, reporting lost credit cards, ordering a cheque book, checking deposit interest rates or obtaining information ... Pay Direct service, which allows you to send and collect money by e-mail to anyone in the city.
|Title||:||Living and Working in Hong Kong|
|Author||:||Rachel Helen Wright|
|Publisher||:||How to Books - 2005-01|