The 22-year-old is the latest Black Star to opt for a spell in the Asian country, following a transfer from Levante to Dalian Yifang last month, like Asamoah Gyan and Frank Acheampong, who made a similar move in the past.
Over the years, there have been concerns about the quality of the Chinese league, a situation which has seen a host of players from top footballing nations around the world lose their international spots after moving to the Super League.
"I have always had contact with my national team coach [James Kwesi Appiah]," Boateng, who made his Super League debut against Henan Jianye on Sunday, told his new club's official website.
"I was injured for a while in Spain, so I couldn't guarantee my playing time in La Liga.
"I hope that in the Super League, I can show my best side to the fans and score more goals.
"The national team has always been open to the best players.
"If the performance is good enough, then I have no problem with the national team."
Boateng made his international debut in May last year, scoring on his big day as Ghana beat Japan 2-0 in a friendly.
He has gone on to make two more appearances for the Black Stars.