My Teaching Experience at Oujing International Kindergarten in Yiwu

School: I had a very good experience teaching at Oujing International Kindergarten in Yiwu. The school is located within walking distance of a Wanda shopping mall with various conveniences such as a shopping centre, gym, fast food restaurants and a Starbucks. When I first arrived, this mall was not yet finished, and it was amazing to see how much development and change the construction of the mall brought into the area. Working hours at the school followed a weekly schedule where I started each day at 8am and finished work at 5:30pm with a 90-minute lunch break between 12 and…

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Scholastic school wuhan

Teaching English at Scholastic in Wuhan China. My story.

You’re standing at the immigration desk as the official squints and winces at your passport photo. Are you who you say you are? What is your business in China? You tell him you’re here to teach English. Where? This stumps you. You’ve certainly seen an address, kindly sent to you over WeChat by your school’s HR rep, but it’s all so alien to you that you don’t know what to say. Scholastic? He repeats the word in his Chinese way – with scepticism. You show him the address. His expression remains fixed. He takes what seems hours scrutinising your passport…

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Chongqqing bridge and skyline

My Experience Teaching at EF Language School in Chongqing, China

In August 2018 I decided to uproot my life and move across the world to Chongqing, China to teach English. I was hired by a company called English First which has language institutions all over China. There are 12 institutions alone just in Chongqing, and I worked at one of the biggest centers located in the Daping neighborhood. Before the Move Prior to my arrival, EF was amazing in helping me through the visa process and feel comfortable before my big move. They even have a person whose only responsibility is to help with the visa process, so that was…

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My time working at Aston English in Xiangyang

Overall, I would highly recommend anyone to travel and work in China. After meeting many travellers in China, myself the true difference between travelling and working is the true levels of integration. From my personal view you cannot truly integrate yourself into the Chinese culture unless you live there for a longer period. From my experience the more you integrate the more you find yourself in true awe of how amazing the people and the culture of China really is. China is not a country that exposes its true self straight away, you must understand it before you can truly…

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