With Chinese economy gaining more traction in the global market, speaking English becomes more of a necessity for its citizens. This is why demand for English teachers in the country has skyrocketed. But, can non-native English speakers teach English in China?
Living in China and working as an English teacher, as us, might not only be a great cultural experience, unforgettable adventure and travel dreams come true, but also a great source of income.
Eytan is sharing his experience in Taiwan as an English teacher. Read his story about hilarious Taiwanese students, his epic travel adventures and funny facts about Taiwan!
I’m an English teacher in Chinese kindergarten. How does it feel like? Read about my teaching experience, students and my work routine to find out!
“Getting Back to Work Feels Great”- I thought to myself after my first English class in Siem Reap Language School Missing teaching It has been, more
Yesterday I had my last classes with Junior 1 students. This day was so special and emotional. It was hard for me to look at
It’s been 3 months since I have come to China. Many things have happened I feel that I have already changed. I look at things
I love traveling and I find China an extremely interesting place in terms of culture, tradition, history and food. Nevertheless, I came here not only
1st September, my first day in Biancheng high school. I woke up in the morning, very excited to meet the staff. Firstly, I took a part
Ni hao! (Chinese “hello!”) My name is Agness and this is my blog about my one-year experience in China, which started on 11th of August 2011
Pictures taken in Huayuan, the Biancheng High School where I teach English.