Published on:
February 22, 2017

by: Stephanie

8 benefits of teaching in China from our teachers

What better way to learn more about the benefits or teaching in China than straight from the people that have lived it! Here, we’ve collated some of the most useful quotes directly from our teachers to help potential candidates looking to make that same leap: 1. It’s easier than you’d think to get started! “At […]

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Published on:
February 15, 2017

by: Tom

8 Must Sees In Beijing

Beiijng China

The great thing about teaching in China is the chance to explore wondrous cities during your days off and vacations, and Beijing in no exception. All our teaching opportunities come with an attractive benefits package, which includes public holidays as well as a generous holiday allowance. Now, we don’t want to seem bias, but we […]

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Published on:
February 6, 2017

by: Guest

Guest Blog: 5 of China’s less well known Myths and Legends

China's myths

Our guest blog this week is by Robert Bailey. Robert is a travel writer with a gung-ho attitude to discovery. You’ll usually find Robert sat in the background with a camera around his neck and a notebook in hand. Visit Roberts website here to discover more of his exciting ventures! China holds many secrets. In […]

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Published on:
February 3, 2017

by: Tom

Why use an agency to find a teaching job abroad?

This week’s post comes in response to the frequently asked question, ‘What are the benefits of using an agency to find me a job to teach abroad?’ 1. Ease Applying for a job on your own means you must contact each school or learning centre individually, wait for a response, and go through an interview […]

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Published on:
January 26, 2017

by: Guest

The Year of The Rooster – When is Chinese New Year?

Unlike the New Year festivities you may be accustomed to, Chinese New Year is movable and is celebrated on a different day each year. The date of Chinese New Year is dependent on the lunar calendar, which is shorter than the solar calendar. January 28th 2017 signifies the start of the Year of the Rooster. […]

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Published on:
January 10, 2017

by: Tom

Guest Blog: THE GREAT WALL OF CHINA AT MUTIANYU

Our guest blog this week is written by travel blogger Jess. Jess has visited many wonderful destinations around the world, however, here she tells her story of the adventures she had whilst visiting The Great Wall of China. You can read more about her travels on her blog here! During a recent trip to Beijing […]

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Published on:
January 4, 2017

by: Tom

Our top spots in China – where will your China #adventure take you?

The Leshan Giant Buddha, Sichuan

China has so much to offer, and whether you love exploring big cities or tucked away villages, mountain hikes or temple hopping, history or modernisation, this vast and fascinating land really does have it all! All Teaching Jobs and Immersion and Study program participants all have 11 days of public holiday off work, plus a further 2 […]

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Published on:
January 1, 2017

by: Tom

Kick start your 2017 #adventure

January’s renowned for being a dull and grey month, so why not inject some excitement by planning your 2017 study, travel or career adventure with the help of our new #adventure campaign! From Chengdu’s famed Panda Sanctuary to the stunning sights of The Forbidden City of Beijing, to heading for a beach retreat in Thailand […]

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Published on:
December 20, 2016

by: Guest

Published on:
December 8, 2016

by: Jake Collings

The benefits of international work experience

Teach China Graduate Programme

What the institutions say vs. The realities of working internationally and the experience gained. This week we spoke to Mike F.: an OC ambassador and former teacher in China. He has just returned from 6 months teaching and working at the forefront of the education system in Nicaragua, South America. Here Mike advises on the […]

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