Jack, a US national, is a middle-level manager of a foreign-funded hotel management company and used to work in Tianjin. In 2004, the company set up a new hotel in Ningbo, Zhejiang and offered favorable subsidies to employees that were willing to accept position adjustment. Being attracted by the subsidies, Jack volunteered to work in Ningbo. At first, he was more than satisfied with his life there. However, he has become more and more regretful about that decision over the past two years.
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