Land of the Great Wall, the Forbidden City, the Terracotta warriors, the Yangzi River, colonial Shanghai, the imperial grandeur of Beijing and Tiananmen Square, China isn't just a country - it's a different world. With sacred mountains, shopping havens, national parks, exceptional teas, iconic skyscrapers and an unquenchable thirst for progress, the yin of its imperial past is balanced by the yang of 21st Century economic growth. International City's 'China' lies at one end of the residential district, near the DragonMart Complex. The simple lines of these two, three and four storey buildings reflect a sense of harmony and balance. Traditional Chinese motifs, balconies, red tile overhangs and pagodas dominate the facades while the undulating style of the roofs suggests a sense of the dragon. The neighborhood of China is widespread, touching Morocco and England in International City 300 acre residential district. The neighborhood is just 4-minute walk away from the outer limits of International City, located on the Emirates Road. It is close to Dubailand and the Dubai International Airport.