Sapore Di Cina is an independent website. Maintaining the website costs more than 1,000 USD per month (translators, writers, server, software, accounting, and so on) and a ton of time.
Why are we telling you all this?
Because if you buy one of the products that we recommend (not all of them actually) through one of the links on this website we earn a commission for referring you (usually around 10% but it may vary according to the service).
For you, it doesn’t make any difference. Either you buy the product through our link or from a random Google search, you’ll still pay the same price and end up with the same product (actually often we offer a better deal, as some of our partners agreed to offer a discount to our readers).
However, for us, it does make a difference as if we refer enough people we can earn enough money to cover all our expenses, dedicate more time to this website and assure an overall better quality of the content.
As we believe that the best way to make you come back to SaporeDiCina is to offer the best value we can, we aim at publishing unbiased reviews, pointing out the strengths and weaknesses of the products we talk about.
So far, here the list of the products for which we get a referral commission:
- Selected Amazon’s products such books or electronic devices, some selected Coursera and Udemy courses, Ruta Emprendedora courses (only in Spanish), and some selected Itunes apps and e-books;
- Several Chinese courses, apps and online learning platforms: Skritter, FluentU, Yo Yo Chinese, ChineseClass101, Hacking Chinese, Italki, LingQ, LTL, Preply, eChineseLearning, and The Chairman’s Bao;
- Agoda, Booking and cTrip, which allow you to book an hotel in Asia;
- World Nomads, International Citizens Insurance, FrontierAssicurazioni, Iati, and IMG, that is some insurance companies for both travelers and expats, that might cover different needs and languages;
- Expedia, cTrip Flights, Momondo, Edreams, and Vayama, which allow you to compare flight’s prices and book your flight to and within Asia;
- China Highlights and cTrip, which allow you to book a ticket train in China, 12GoAsia and Baolau, which allow you to book a plane, train, bus, or ferry ticket in South East Asia, and Russian Train, which allow you to book a train ticket for the Transsiberian;
- Get Your Guide, G Adventures, Tour Radar and Klook, which allow you to book a tour in Asia;
- Several money transfers and business services, such as TransferWise, Aspire, STICPAY, A2 Hosting, and Sage;
- Visa HQ, and iVisa, which allow you to apply for a visa for China and other Asian countries, China Visa Direct, which allows you to apply for a group online visa for China, and Vietnam Discovery Travel, which allow you to apply for a visa for Vietnam;
- TriGlobal, which offers international moving services;
- Toll Free Forwarding, Kall8, and CallHippo, which offer virtual phone numbers services, and the following services for prepaid SIM cards: SIM Easy, Travel SIM, One SIM Card, Holafly, World SIM, Flexi Roam, and Klook;
- Vypr VPN, Express VPN, Pure VPN, Nord VPN, VPN Area, Torguard VPN, Astrill VPN, Hide My Ass VPN, CyberGhost VPN, Ivacy VPN, Surfshark, Strong VPN, TunnelBear, that is, some of the most popular VPNs out there;
- Teavivre, which allows you to buy Chinese tea directly from China;
Moreover, if you use one of our contact forms to ask for the name of a travel agency, an agency that may help you to move to Asia to work or study, an agency that may help you to register a company in Asia or getting a prepaid card for your company, a visa agency, an insurance broker, a Chinese school, or other kinds of third-party services provides, according to your needs, we may recommend to you an agency that gives us a commission in exchange for the referral. Also in this case, for you, the price stays the same.
All the contents on this website are and will stay free. And you don’t have to buy anything. We wrote this disclosure just so you know
The Team of Saporedicina.com
Last Modification: 13 January 2021