Work and Live in China Blog

If you’re thinking about traveling to China for your next holiday, or even move here for at least a year to teach English as a second language, you probably have lots of questions, such as where in China should you go? Or how much does it cost to live in China? What places to visit? So let us take you on a (virtual) journey with our blog to explore the wonderful country of China.

How to get a Chinese visa
Chinese work visa, or Z visa, is now becoming more and more in demand among those traveling to China. It’s quite logical since this country offers foreigners a lot of good workplaces, especially the ones connected with teaching. If you’re from the United Kingdom and thinking about getting an ESL teaching job in China, this
TOP 10 Best Cities to Teach English in China in 2019
20Knowledge of English in China is becoming more and more popular nowadays. Thus, ESL teaching positions are among the most required jobs in China for English speakers. What’s great about this situation is that both sides – Chinese people and foreign ESL teachers – have their benefits. Chinese kids and adults have a chance to
10 Best ESL Games for Teaching English (with Rules and Video Guides)
Teaching English to kids is fun and it is always a rewarding experience. However, let’s face it, doing this is quite challenging. There are several reasons. First of all, young learners have endless energy. If you’ve ever worked with 6-7-year-old-kids (let alone 3-4-year-old ones), you know they don’t want to sit still a minute (and
Lianhuashan Park.,Shenzhen
Would you like to feel the atmosphere of a metropolis that has developed from a small fish village to the tier 1 city in China? Then, Shenzhen welcomes you. Formerly a small area, modern Shenzhen city consists of nine administrative districts and borders the special administrative region, Hong Kong. The headquarters for numerous international companies,
International school jobs in China
You might presume Asia is quite different from the Western world. Well, it’s true. And it’s not only about the language! Lifestyle, etiquette, clothing, goods, and food are not what you got used to backing home. Certain things are considered okay, while others are frowned upon. Before moving and teaching English in China it will
Renting an apartment in China guide
In many countries, renting a flat or a house is the most expensive thing to pay for. People spend about 30% of their monthly income to provide comfortable living conditions. The same is true for China. However, leasing a flat isn’t the only expense. To understand whether it will be comfortable for you to live
Simple Steps to Successfully Teach English to Chinese Students
If you’re going to China and are wondering how to teach English to Chinese students, you’ve come to the right place. Once you decide to get a teaching job in China, you have to be aware of some peculiarities that might affect your teaching experience. By this, we mean that Chinese and Western cultures differ

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