ESL Blogs from English Teachers in Asia
Read through this blog list and discover personal experiences about what it is like to live and teach English in Asia. Blog’s are a great way to write about your adventures abroad and stay in touch with friends and family back home. If you have a blog and would like us to add your site to you list, please contact us and we would be happy to do so!
Samantha in Formosa - Adventures in Taiwan
Amanda on the Loose - Footloose and fancy free in Hsinchu, Taiwan
Traveling Vanilla Bean - I’m young, curious and excited. The world is just sitting there waiting for you to explore it. You should live in a way that makes you come alive, and that’s what travel does for me. I love adventure, new people and new places! After 5 years in the same Massachusetts city at a small University I wanted a challenge. Something different. Something new. Thus, Asia! I’ve lived in suburban Connecticut, gritty Massachusetts, sunny Australia, and now Taiwan! Show the love!
Travel Asia with My Several Worlds - A former Reach To Teach teacher, Carrie Kellenberger is now a successful freelance writer and photographer living in Asia. Her award-winning site features information on travel destinations around the world. She also has an excellent resource section for ESL teachers.
Andres in Taiwan - Born in Taiwan, raised in costa rica and canada. life has come full circle as i now live life back in my homeland….. taiwan!
Taiwan Bloggers - Roundup of English Bloggers in Taiwan
Lao Ren Cha - A blog by Jenna Kwiatoski who is living and working in Taiwan
Sandy’s Neipu Notebook - College English teaching, fun aspects of Taiwanese culture — An American couple living in southern Taiwan
South Korea Blogs
McHosey: Adventures of the Seoul: Caroline Hosey’s teaching adventures in Seoul, South Korea.
Tales of a Travel Addict – Teacher Lisa Vinnish’s tales of running from the mundane since 1985.
Texan in South Korea – An African American Texan living in a Korean world.
What’s To-Mauro? - Kristen Mauro in South Korea
Midwest to South Korea - After a year of doing what you’re supposed to do after you graduate and working the 9-5, I’ve had enough. I’m ready to feed my curiosity and begin to see the world.
Korean Tacos – A Texan in South Korea
Kimchi Kronicles – Tiffany Molynue in South Korea
When New York Meets South Korea - A collection of my adventures and reflections on teaching, living, and learning in South Korea for the next year
The View From Over Here - I’m an environmental science major gone English teacher currently living in South Korea
Hermit Hideaways - A photography blog for those already in the hermit kingdom, or perhaps those on their way over to inspire and encourage others to get out there and really discover the secrets of Korea
Kimchi and Cornbread - This blog is about our adventures and misadventures in the Land of the Morning Calm
Seoul Patch - Follow a middle-aged American teacher, writer and soccer coach as I embark on a journey to teach English in Seoul, South Korea.
A Geek in Korea - Crunky! This is a blog about an English teacher living in South Korea
George Bailey Sees The World - The diary of a small town boy with big dreams to see the world
Kimchi Icecream - My name is Jason and I am a 34-year-old Canadian English instructor. I have been living and teaching in South Korea since March, 2005
My Life! Teaching in a Korean University - Life in the classroom…expats teaching English in Korea at a university
EFL Geek 3.0 - A fun blog concerning all things ESL in Korea
Teaching English in Korea – ESL Blog - ESL blog: stories about teaching English in Korea, tips for teaching English
Teaching English Gangnam Style - I’m in South Korea, teaching English as a Second Language. This blog entails my journeys as I explore a new culture and get a handle on myself as a teacher.
Diary of a Laowai in China - A foreigner’s perspective of living and working in this bewildering place called China
Sarah Becomes Georgian – A Year in Georgia
Mzad Var, I’m Ready – Jennifer Gemmel in Georgia
Nichol’s Away – My journey through new countries, cultures, and my experiences along the way.
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