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23 02, 2017

Being a Vegan in China

February 23rd, 2017|Teacher Essays|0 Comments

By Eleanor Beresford, Teacher in Shanghai (2016-2017) […]

6 01, 2017

What should I expect when working in downtown Shanghai?

January 6th, 2017|Teacher Essays|0 Comments

By Sophie Musson, Teacher in downtown Shanghai […]

21 11, 2016

Should I teach and live in Shanghai or another part of China?

November 21st, 2016|General, Teacher Essays|1 Comment

By Sabrina Samra, Teacher in Shanghai (2014-ongoing) […]

6 10, 2016

The ABC of Chinese Pop Culture

October 6th, 2016|General, Teacher Essays|0 Comments

By Anna-Maria Linhard, Teacher in Shanghai (2014-2016) […]

5 10, 2016

Reverse Culture Shock: Culture Shock upon return to your home after a year in China

October 5th, 2016|General, Teacher Essays|0 Comments

By Sabrina Samra, Teacher in Shanghai (2014-ongoing) […]

31 08, 2016

An Ode to Ayi – A Real Chinese Superwoman

August 31st, 2016|General, Teacher Essays|0 Comments

By Anna-Maria Linhard, Teacher in Shanghai (2014-2016) Above: Ayi on the right with my Japanese colleague on the left in [...]

25 08, 2016

‘Celebrity Status’ in China: Being a Foreigner in China

August 25th, 2016|General, Teacher Essays|0 Comments

By Fabienne King, Teacher in Suzhou (2015-2016) […]

17 08, 2016

Adapting to work in a Chinese Kindergarten

August 17th, 2016|General, Teacher Essays|1 Comment

By Fabienne King (Teacher in Suzhou 2015-2016) […]

26 07, 2016

Maintaining contact with friends, family and partners back home

July 26th, 2016|General, Teacher Essays|0 Comments

By Fabienne King, Teacher in Suzhou (2015-2016) […]

8 07, 2016

Shopping in Shanghai

July 8th, 2016|General, Teacher Essays|0 Comments

By Anna-Maria Linhard, Teacher in Shanghai (2014-2016) Shop till you drop in Shanghai […]

5 07, 2016

Chinese Perceptions Through a Western Eye

July 5th, 2016|General, Teacher Essays|0 Comments

By Laura Harris, Teacher in Jinan (2015-2016) I knew that teaching in China was going to be an interesting experience and I more than expected the obvious cultural differences such as the food, language, mannerisms and climate. However, after my 10 months living and working in China I have noticed so many differences that I didn’t even know existed. […]

17 06, 2016

Etiquette in China

June 17th, 2016|General, Teacher Essays|0 Comments

By Sheree Hooker, teacher in Wuhan in 2013-2014 Accepting a placement at a school in Wuhan was perhaps the biggest and most scary decision I have made to date. […]