Work and Live in China is a teacher recruitment agency, specializing in assisting native and non-native speakers with finding the best teaching jobs in China.
On August 10, the Chinese Embassy in Denmark announced that citizens of the following European countries can now return to China: Albania, Ireland, Estonia, Austria, Bulgaria, North Macedonia, Belgium, Iceland, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Poland, Denmark, Germany, France, Finland, Netherlands, Montenegro, Czech Republic, Croatia, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Romania, Malta, Norway, Portugal, Sweden, Switzerland, Serbia, Cyprus, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain,
China is by all standards, the world’s largest economy, and it doesn’t look this is stopping soon because it is still growing. With extensive markets, the demand for labor is continually on the rise; this has made China one of the most sought-after places to work. Interested in working in China? Read on to find
Authorities in Beijing have locked down residential compounds and fired officials over a new Covid-19 outbreak, as health officials warned the risk of the outbreak worsening was “very high”. On Monday, authorities announced 49 new cases, 36 of which were linked to the Xinfadi seafood supermarket in Beijing’s southern Fengtai district. The wholesale market was
You’re always going to come across cultural differences when working in any foreign country. Some of these are obvious, while others are so subtle you might not even realize you screwed up. Below is an overview of some of the most common and innocuous mistakes foreigners make when working in China. 1. Contradicting your boss in front of
So you’ve got a job in China. It’s a brand new opportunity that’s no doubt pretty scary and pretty exciting. No matter how qualified you are or how hard you work, there are some important things you need to know. Here are 8 survival tips for your first job in China. 1. Speak Chinese Whether you’re completely
Whether you’ve lived in China for a while or are just visiting, you’ll likely come across some pretty stark cultural differences. Identifying these differences is important, but even more so is learning to deal with them, either on a personal or professional level. Without further ado, here are four ways to navigate cultural differences when living in China.
As the COVID-19 epidemic wanes in China, the global fight against the virus is far from over. China’s international reputation has taken a battering, with issues arising about transparency and handling of the virus, as well as faulty medical equipment and test kits that have since been sent to other countries. Several Western governments have
It is worryingly easy to develop bad habits when living as an expat in China. At the same time, it’s very difficult to recognize the bad habits you’ve already acquired. Whether you’re new to China or a veteran expat, watch out for the following bad habits and don’t let them get their claws in. 1. Relying on locals to
English proficiency is an important indicator of social status in China, so many Chinese parents want their children to start learning as early as possible. Students as young as two and three usually begin with some basic English in kindergarten. If you’re new to teaching ESL or have little experience with this age group, here are seven