Posts Tagged China

Interview with Madison MacNichol: A Reach To Teach Teacher In China

Interview with Madison MacNichol: A Reach To Teach Teacher In China

Meet our latest Reach To Teach Teacher Madison MacNichol who has taken the time to answer a few of our burning questions. Read on to catch up with her about her time in China so far.

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Interview With Sara Nighbor: An American Teacher In China

Interview With Sara Nighbor: An American Teacher In China

Meet Sarah Nighbor, a fun and enthusiastic teacher hailing from Wisconsin and teaching in the beautiful location of Kunming, China. She made the move from law to teaching and she has never looked back, read her story to find out about her adventures in China and her insights into the interesting differences she has noticed whilst teaching.

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A Day of Hiking HuangShan (Yellow Mountain) in China

A Day of Hiking HuangShan (Yellow Mountain) in China

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.

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Travel Da Xing, a Suburb in Southern Beijing, China!

Travel Da Xing, a Suburb in Southern Beijing, China!

Here is a city guide to Da Xing, a suburb in Southern Beijing, China. Find out what attractions are on offer, what events you can get involved in, and what transportation is available.

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Teach in Ultra-Modern Shanghai, China

Teach in Ultra-Modern Shanghai, China

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!

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Teaching in China: A Teacher’s Perspective

Teaching in China: A Teacher's Perspective

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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Teaching in China? Don’t Freak Out When…

China can be an out-of-this-world experience and many people aren’t prepared for some of things they might encounter in the Middle Kingdom. So, if you’re teaching in China, please don’t freak out when… people stare someone of the same gender holds your hand or asks you to dance (this is a sign of friendship) you wash your clothes for the first time and your rinse water is black people rummage through your grocery cart people put food on your plate people call you fat to your face you blow your nose and your snot is black (coal is used in some cities and the air is full of smoke) your water is turned off you can’t flush your toilet people get up close and personal (Our sense of personal space is different from theirs) people jump in front of you in line or you get pushed out of the way people randomly shout out, “Hallo!” and then giggle cars, buses, bikes and mule carts do not wait for you to cross the street you end up driving with a taxi driver who seems to have a death wish your empty or near empty glass is refilled to the brim someone […]

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