I would like to thank you very much for your guide. It is very informative, and I particularly appreciated your analysis of the types of people who will adapt well to life in China. I am kind of in two of the categories for which you predict success in that I am older and I also recently completed a BA and an MA. So I have some characteristics of someone approaching retirement, and also of a recent graduate.
But I can see from your guide that thriving and succeeding in China will take some effort and, although my health is generally very good, there is a potential problem I have to find a way around.
I need regular, basically monthly, chiropractic adjustments of my cervical spine or otherwise I will suffer constant headaches. I don't function all that well when I am in that condition. I would be open to trying acupuncture instead, but still the thought of not having a chiropractor for a backup is scary.
I can't find many chiropractors in China at least with English websites. Hong Kong and Shanghai are about it. My question then, are there chiropractors out there who I am missing because they don't have websites in English? Guangzhou is one city I am interested in. Are there any chiropractors in Guangzhou?
Thank you very much for your excellent and thought provoking guide.