Posts Tagged living abroad

Contract Renewal in Korea

Contract Renewal in Korea

Contract renewal in Korea can be a daunting event as you won’t know if they want you for a second year until they ask. This is something I experienced recently as I came to the end of my first year with EPIK.

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Six Things That Surprised Me in Mainland China

Six Things That Surprised Me in Mainland China

When living abroad, there are no shortages to surprises! It seems there has been a new surprise to me in mainland China every day. Here are a couple I have noticed that stand out and happen more frequently than others.

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Shopping in Korea

Shopping in Korea

Shopping in Korea is a huge deal and goes far beyond the level of shopping done back home in the states. South Korea is a country with centuries of history, elaborate Buddhist temples, vast mountain ranges, and possibly the most logical phonetic alphabet system in the world.

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Island of Taiwan: Taitung Part 3

Island of Taiwan: Taitung Part 3

The island of Taiwan series is back once again with its third installment of the Taitung (Taidong) series; a location teeming with natural beauty and delicious eats. Whether you are here to teach for a year or just passing through, Taitung should be on your hit list.

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Teaching at a University in China

Teaching at a University in China

The University in China that I am currently teaching at is far different to what I was doing before. My first job abroad was at a buxiban but I always wondered what the public schools and universities were like in Asia.

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Entertainment in China: A Quick Guide

Entertainment in China: A Quick Guide

Entertainment in China is vast and interesting depending on where you are located and what your particular interests may be. The place is so huge that there should really be something for everyone.

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Island of Taiwan: Taitung Part 2

Island of Taiwan: Taitung Part 2

The island of Taiwan series continues with the second part of the Tatung trip below. Check out the rest of my “island of Taiwan” series on the Reach to Teach blog to find out more about this beautiful island.

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Expat Types

Expat Types

Expat types are a real thing, after all, we are all very diverse people so it is only natural to expat expats to fall into different groups. “The way you think influences the way you feel, and the way you feel influences how you act.” I heard this quote earlier this year and it resonated with me as a mantra for life.

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C. Venter - 2017 - Teaching in China

Thanks to the help and hard work of my recruiter at Reach To Teach, my journey to China was such a smooth and nearly stress free process. I have now been happily living in China for 6 months. Thanks, guys.


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R. Busony - 2017 - An ESL Teacher in Taipei
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Reach to Teach is absolutely the best tool to have going into the teaching industry in Asia. I worked with Carrie Kellenberger when going to Taiwan and she managed to give me more than I asked and did frequent check-ups.

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Anabel Gabriela - 2018 Teacher Testimonial
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They made what would have been a very complicated process easy. I always felt like they really cared about me and I never felt intimidated emailing or calling when I was confused. Highly recommend!


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