This website is part of the Nanjing Expat brand, majority owned and operated by SinoConnexion Ltd., a UK media company registered in 2008, and its subsidiary in China; Nanjing He Fu Cultural Media Co. Ltd. 南京贺福文化传媒有限公司.
Nanjing Expat comprises five publications under one umbrella brand name and is the only group of English publications offering high visibility online and print media in Nanjing.
The Nanjinger is a monthly publication* that debuted in October 2010 and now distributed to more than one hundred foreign frequented locations around Nanjing. We focus on famous hotels, trade bodies, well-known restaurants, upper echelon medical centres, prime coffee shops and bars as well as companies who have a high number of expatriate employees. The Nanjinger is Nanjing’s first English language publication written by local expats and aimed at the western expatriates and Chinese who have returned from abroad. There is additional limited distribution to other five star hotels and international schools in Suzhou, Wuxi, Taizhou, Yangzhou, Changzhou, Hefei and Qingdao
Produced annually and released after Chinese New Year, City Guide is distributed to over one hundred locations throughout Nanjing. With 247 listings (2016 edition) the guide has been the perfect taxi book for six years, helping foreigners and English speaking Chinese find their feet in Nanjing along with interesting places and resources they may not have known existed.
Founded in 2009, NanjingExpat.com drives traffic from over 50 different countries with hundreds of readers each day, offering the western take on local news, free classified advertising and the online and expanded version of City Guide
Dating back, in a previous incarnation to 2010, LifeCycle is a weekly email newsletter with over 4,300 subscribers (as of Jan 2016) that helps to keep expats in the know as to local happenings, job offers, new places of interest and news from the wacky world of China!
Also founded in 2009, Hello Nanjing is in more of a magazine style, with softer news stories that cover life in China though a unique cooperation with Nanjing University’s School of Journalism and Communication, along with helpful articles that explain how to get stuff done in the Middle Kingdom. All this is complimented by a heathy dose of free classified advertising and reviews of local restaurants, retail and activities.
* Except the major expat holiday periods of January and July.