Follow Us On WeChat and Make the Most of China's Biggest Cities

By That's, March 18, 2020

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As well as the awesome That's App, we have six WeChat accounts covering everything going on in Beijing, Shanghai, Guangzhou, Shenzhen, Suzhou and Tianjin, as well as national and international news relevant to those living and working in China. Without further ado, here's how to follow each one.

To follow That's Beijing scan the QR code below or search ThatsBeijing on WeChat and click 'follow':

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To follow That's Shanghai scan the QR code below or search Thats_Shanghai on WeChat and click 'follow':

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To follow That's Guangzhou scan the QR code below or search ThatsGuangzhou on WeChat and click 'follow':

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To follow That's Shenzhen scan the QR code below or searchThatsShenzhen on WeChat and click 'follow':

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To follow That's Suzhou scan the QR code below or search ThatsSuzhou on WeChat and click 'follow':

That's Suzhou Official WeChat Account Launched!

To follow That's Tianjin scan the QR code below or search for ThatsTianjin on WeChat and click 'follow':

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And, of course, you can download the That's App – which covers all six cities and much, much more – by clicking here or scanning the QR code below:

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For any further enquiries please contact us by clicking here, or scanning the QR code below:

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