Chengdu, the capital of China’s Sichuan province – one of the most important business,
financial and cultural centers in the southwest of the country – have become a magnet for skilled millennial workers looking to develop their careers in the thriving, laid-back urban environment.
It is a leading player among the nation’s “new first-tier cities” –
those at the top of the four-level ranking system that classifies the
business attractiveness of cities according to their administrative level and the size of their gross domestic product and population.