Monthly archive for October 2013

Top Five Reasons to Teach English in China

Top Five Reasons to Teach English in China

China is a wonderful place rich in culture, history and new experiences to keep any ESL teacher satisfied for years. Here are our top 5 reasons why we think you should teach English in China.

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Practical Guidelines for International ESL Job-Hunters

Practical Guidelines for International ESL Job-Hunters

A former New York City management consultant turned legal nomad, Elaina Giolando writes about the intersection of career, life, and travel for today’s twenty-somethings. Here, Elaina offers practical guidelines for international ESL job-hunters.

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Why We Travel, A Short Travel Documentary by Heather Richards

Why We Travel, A Short Travel Documentary by Heather Richards

Why We Travel is a short film that was put together by Heather Richards, a former Reach To Teach teacher and a fellow globetrotter of the world. Heather blogs about her adventures at TravelingVanillaBean.com.

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‘How to Meet Locals’ for Dummies

'How to Meet Locals' for Dummies

Writer Joshua Gorenflo describes the best ways to meet locals…with a twist. How do you get from the airport to someone’s dining room? Read on to find out!

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Blending In While Living Abroad

Blending In While Living Abroad

Have you ever walked into a public bathroom, only to realize that you’re in the wrong one? That man at the sink is looking at you like you have three heads (or that you’re definitely missing a required part to be in this particular room). You are immediately embarrassed, and suddenly, you’ve forgotten how words work. The best you can do is back out slowly and hope that he doesn’t tell his friends (whom you’ve never met anyway, but still would rather them not find out). Well, living abroad in a very foreign country can feel a bit like that sometimes.

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Interview with Michelle Brent, An American in Taipei

Interview with Michelle Brent, An American in Taipei

Today, we’re happy to present you with an interview with Michelle Brent, an American in Taipei. Michelle arrived in Taiwan in July and she teaches in Taipei. Read on to learn about Michelle’s thoughts on living and working in Taipei.

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Traveling Beyond Tourism

Traveling Beyond Tourism

You are walking down the bustling town center with your overflowing Osprey 75 Liter strapped to your back like a turtle shell, last night’s laundry drying from every available strap.  Tourist tassels at their finest.  But hey, who can fault you for being efficient?  No matter; right now, fashion is the obvious concern.  Your day pack does the trick, goofy-footed to your chest so that your head floats in a mass of ErgoFIt, AirVenting, GoreTex-y goodness. Congratulations, you’re now a pregnant turtle.  With flair. We’ve all been there.  It’s part of the travel game.  The awkward styles come with being a tourist, which contrary to popular belief, is not always a dirty word.  Sometimes it’s best to take the tours, go on the cruises, pay the entrance fees, and check off numbers 1-6 on your adrenaline flavored bucket list.  If you only have a short time in a place, it’s important to live it up as a blatant foreigner and get your money’s worth. However there are times when we want to set the pregnant turtle down for a while.  When fitting in, or rather joining in, is more conducive to our travel goals.  As we do join in, we […]

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A ‘How To’ Guide To Volunteering In Vietnam

A 'How To' Guide To Volunteering In Vietnam

Our writer Leanne McNulty is back once again with another how to guide. This time she has delved into how to volunteer in Vietnam, where she is currently living and volunteering. Here she provides a wealth of information to cover all aspects of your time volunteering in Vietnam, from where best to stay to what to get involved in.

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