Archive for the Advice for Living Abroad Category

Teacher Pledge

Teacher Pledge

The teacher pledge is something that all teachers should make when beginning a new year at school. For me, it’s here in full-swing again, the start of a brand new school year!

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Differences Between America and Korea Part 1

Differences Between America and Korea Part 1

There are a number of differences between America and Korea that are important to note when considering teaching in this location.

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Minquan MRT Station

Minquan MRT Station

Minquan MRT station is abundant with things to see and do and should certainly be high up on your visit list in Taipei.

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Learning a New Language

Learning a New Language

Learning a new language in your host country could be one of the best decisions you make. As teachers, we are prone to giving good advice, it’s our job. Inspiring young ones and cultivating students’ minds. However, when it comes to taking our own advice, at times, we hesitate.

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Outdoor Activities in Taipei: Part 3

Outdoor Activities in Taipei: Part 3

Continuing our outdoor activities in Taipei series we bring you part three. The best part of traveling in Taiwan are the various segments of each trip. A seemingly simple hiking trip can easily turn into a multi-layered excursion.

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Fears About Living Abroad: Part 2

Fears About Living Abroad: Part 2

Living abroad can be a scary concept to get your head around. Are you a little nervous about moving abroad? Here is the second half of my FAQ list continued from last week on commonly feared aspects while moving abroad!

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10 Fears About Living Abroad Part 1

10 Fears About Living Abroad Part 1

Many people have fears about living abroad, perhaps you have had some worries holding you back? Have you told your friends about your plans to live abroad only to hear the response, “Oh, I could never do that!”

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Healthcare in Korea

Healthcare in Korea

Healthcare in Korea is, of course, different from the healthcare we are used to back home in our own countries. I have been in Korea for a number of months and I want to tell you about my experiences with the healthcare system in Korea.

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