An American teacher in China, Maggie Attoe has been living and working in China through Reach To Teach since October 2012. Her decision to teach in China was a no brainer and she took the chance to work at a great school (with very cute kids!).
One of the most common questions we get about teaching in China is “What about Facebook?” Most people know China restricts internet usage, but do you know how to get around it?
Today’s guest post is from Ryan W., a Reach To Teach teacher working and living in Hangzhou, China. Ryan writes about his recent day of hiking Huangshan, also known as Yellow Mountain in China.
Learning Chinese is hard. While nothing substitutes learning in a formal class, these links will help you so that you can become conversant in Chinese.
Teaching pre-school and kindergarten is full of both rewards and challenges. Here are our top five tips for working with young learners.
Chinese New Year, also known as the Lunar New Year, is celebrated throughout the world, but has its traditions rooted in both China and Taiwan.
Teach in Shanghai, a world-renowned Asian metropolis. Whether you want experience culture or make some money, Reach To Teach has the perfect position for you!
Many Westerners come to Asia to teach English in a foreign land. Here’s my story about why I made the decision to move abroad and how I did it.
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