Teaching English in Taiwan, Korea and China
Applicants often say, “It’s great reading and talking about life abroad, but what is life in Asia REALLY like?” In order to best answer such excellent questions we shot some great video of our teachers living their day to day life in Asia. Watching these videos will give you first hand insight into what your life will be like living and working as an English teacher in Asia.
Click on the videos below to learn more about the life of a teacher in Asia!
Alex Justice, a 24 year old American, came to Taiwan right after graduating from University. He taught buxiban students from age 4-12 years old. Among his favorite Taiwan activities: wandering the local markets, Taiwanese BBQ and riding his scooter. Alex is now currently part of the Reach To Teach interview team.
Rachel and Matt came to Taiwan after meeting during their year in South Korea. Matt is Canadian and Rachel is from England. They taught both kindergarten and elementary students in Taipei County, 30-40 mins outside of Taipei City. Watch their video to learn more about their life in Taiwan!
Erin and Ashley are cousins from Canada. They came to Taiwan together and taught elementary and middle school aged students. Both loved the local food and enjoyed riding their scooters and experiencing as much as possible of the local Chinese culture. Watch their video to learn more about their life in Taiwan!
Mike Cameron has been teaching in Taiwan for over three years with Reach To Teach. He teaches a wide age range of students from elementary to adults. Mike studies Tai Chi on a regular basis and is serious about his Mandarin studies. Watch his video to learn more about Mike’s life in Taiwan!
Honi is a 31 year old teacher from South Africa. She has now been in Taiwan for over three years. Honi teaches both kindergarten and elementary students. She enjoys late nights going out in Taipei, yoga classes and a lot more! Watch Honi’s video to learn more about her life in Taiwan!