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6 reasons to do Au pair in Beijing

Many youths choose to take up an au pair role for their gap year and China has become a hotspot for youths looking to get involved in this program. This is due to the fact that China is a highly developing country and has great potential for boosting businesses, especially Beijing and Shanghai, which encompass the ...
Jun 12, 2017 Suzy  Read:988

7 Best Universities in China for International Students

Whether you’ve got your sights set on Shanghai, the buzzing international gem of the mainland; Beijing, the ancient imperial capital and historical heart; or somewhere offshore, off the grid, in another region entirely, let us get you started on your search for your study abroad university in China!
Aug 16, 2017 youth  Read:896

7 Easy Ways to Reduce Your China Internship Cost

Embarking on an Internship in China does not have to be an expensive affair. The initial cost outlook might evoke sweat drops, but upon closer examination, you’ll find that such costs can easily be reduced. There are many ways to both reduce your internship budget and even recoup the costs of your internship whil...
Dec 19, 2017 Jessica Suotmaa  Read:864
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7 Easy Ways to Reduce Your China Internship Cost

Embarking on an Internship in China does not have to be an expensive affair. The initial cost outlook might evoke sweat drops, but upon closer examination, you’ll find that such costs can easily be reduced. There are many ways to both reduce your internship budget and even recoup the costs of your internship whil...
Dec 19, 2017 Jessica Suotmaa  Read:864

9 Things Never to Do in China

When you work, study or do Au Pair in China, you all need to learn some tips to get along well with Chinese people. This article may save you from certain embarrassment and possibly even outright humiliation one day in China. It gives you ten important tips on what not to do if you really want to win friends and m...
Dec 15, 2017 dummies.com  Read:394

Turning Beijing Landmarks Into Chinese Characters

One way to help you remember Chinese characters' meaning is to think of them as pictographs, illustrating their meaning. Below, we take a look at some of the ways Chinese characters resemble the things they represent – a concept going back to the language's origin with the symbols etched upon tortoise shells.
Nov 30, 2017 Charles L  Read:357

11 Tips for Teaching Small Groups in China

Many teachers in China teach small groups of students, for example if you teach at a school like Wall Street English, Web International or Meten. Here are some things for you to keep in mind if you teach a small class in China
Nov 27, 2017 TEFLlemon  Read:509

The alternative Beijing tourist guide

Done with swamped tourist traps? Check out these alternative things to do in Beijing, great for both savvy tourists and Beijingers alike.
Nov 24, 2017 Timeout  Read:431

How to Travel to China With Your Pets?

With more and more people going abroad, bringing a pet is becoming more common. In some cases, you can take your pet with you overseas. However, there are several things to consider when weighing whether or not to move overseas with your pet, and the points below should be considered.
Nov 20, 2017 ExpatLife  Read:432

What to pack for your stay in China

I know that I for one panicked about what to pack for my trip to China, knowing that I would have only 25 kilos to pack up my wardrobe and all essentials to get me through the next six months in this foreign country. Here are some tips from what I've learned on what you'll need and what you won't need to bring ...
Nov 14, 2017 Mentor Corner  Read:497

Top 10 most fascinating Chinese cities for international tourists

Of the cities in China, Shanghai is the most fascinating for international tourists due to modern lifestyle facilities such as shopping malls and entertainment venues, according to a report released by Google and market research company Ipsos.
Nov 14, 2017 Chinadaily  Read:508

Chinese daily life---“衣食住行”

Chinese focus on the daily necessities of life which are; “衣” which means“clothes”,“食”which means“food”,“住” which means“accommodation” and “行” which means“transportation”. These four aspects of life cover the majority of human needs on earth. These aspects also depict the level of development in...
Nov 10, 2017 Suzy  Read:737

How to say cooking methods in Chinese?

Sometimes you may find it’s still not convenient enough to know just names of food. What if you really want some roast chicken but there’s only fried chicken in the restaurant?
Nov 05, 2017 Aven  Read:679

5 Steps To Apply For A Work Visa in Guangzhou

The newly-policy visa policies simplify the procedures for applying for the work visa, which integrates the Z-visa and R-visa into one. A unified electronic administration system has been built, including the issuing of a lifetime code for each foreigner working in China with their personal information stored along...
Nov 01, 2017 youth  Read:534

11 Things to Do Before You Teach English in China

You've decided you want to embark on the adventure of a lifetime: teaching English in China! ...Now what?
Aug 16, 2017 youth  Read:574

And The Best University In China Is...

Beida vs Tsinghua – China’s world class universities and global players
Aug 16, 2017 youth  Read:498

7 Best Universities in China for International Students

Whether you’ve got your sights set on Shanghai, the buzzing international gem of the mainland; Beijing, the ancient imperial capital and historical heart; or somewhere offshore, off the grid, in another region entirely, let us get you started on your search for your study abroad university in China!
Aug 16, 2017 youth  Read:896

China: The Next Internship Frontier

James Critelli knew only five words of Mandarin, but he didn’t let that stop him from applying last year for a summer internship in China, a country that’s fascinated him since he accompanied his father there on a business trip as a child.
Aug 16, 2017 youth  Read:410

Top Ten Ways to Enhance Your Volunteer Experience in China

People choose to volunteer for different reasons, commonly it’s to get a little experience under their belt or to do some good for the world.
Aug 16, 2017 youth  Read:420

Embrace The Hurdles: Volunteer In China

I’ve always been involved in odd volunteer projects throughout the years, but this is my first international work, and really my first trip out of North America in general.
Aug 16, 2017 youth  Read:425

The health benefits of Tai-chi

The health benefits of Tai-chi
Aug 15, 2017 youth  Read:485
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