4 Best Cities to Teach English in China

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Have you ever wanted to try traditional Chinese food?

Or, maybe you are looking to visit a few historic places, such as the Great Wall of China…

Well, then China should be on your bucket list!

But, aside from the tourist attractions and good food, China also offers an abundance of career opportunities — specifically in teaching English. Continue reading

8 Things I Wish I’d Known BEFORE Teaching English in China

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When I boarded my first plane bound for China, I hadn’t given much though to where I was going. My decision to take a job teaching English in China was one based on the sole fact that I’d recently returned to Oregon, USA from eight months of traveling around Southeast Asia and teaching English in Thailand, and that I wasn’t ready to be back home. I felt like I’d left Asia prematurely and I desperately wanted to go back. In the midst of my rash decision making, I stumbled across a position in China and thought, I might as well try somewhere new! Within a month I was on a that plane. Continue reading

3 Embarrassing Moments You’ll Have While Teaching English Abroad

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There are a lot of glamorous and exciting aspects to life teaching English abroad. Earning money teaching (many times without paying rent), means more nights out, paying down student loans, and exploring more of the world all while engaging with and experiencing a new culture. But in the classroom things are slightly less glamorous. Kids are kids, and English is funny, so here are three embarrassing moments you’ll have while teaching English abroad in the privacy of your own classroom: Continue reading

10 Things to Expect When Teaching English in China

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Moving to the other side of the world will bring about an endless number of changes, from missing your family back in the U.S. and other comforts of home to experiencing a new school system and culture. Fortunately, there’s an excellent network of expats that can help you adjust to your new life of teaching English in China. Here are 10 aspects of living and teaching in China that you should prepare for before you embark on this great adventure. Continue reading