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Hi, My name is Andy and I married a chinese woman 6 years ago. I was living in china than for one year and I really love tho live here. I study chinese, love chinese culture and people. It is the place where I want to be. There is only one difficulty I found it hard to find work because I did not graduate on Highschool. I can stay in china because of the marriage but how can I find work??? I want to work as a hairstylist. Does  anybody know if this in general is possible? Does anybody have similar experiences or any way to help with my dream to come back to China?

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Some businesses like to hire foreigners simply as a customer draw. Given that hair places in China are often visible from the street and seem competitive, I would have thought they fall into this group.

 

Of course the more you resemble the Chinese image of a 老外 the better your chances.

 

Not sure if the money would support a good life for you and your family, though.

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Are you a professional and experienced hair stylist?

 

There are a couple of foreign operated / owned / managed hair salons in Beijing catering mostly to foreigners and hoping to bring in Chinese customers as well (Western style I guess?). 

 

If you've got the money you could look into starting something similar. 

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