Posts Tagged living in Taiwan

Interview with Dan and Casey: American Teachers Teaching in Taiwan

Interview with Dan and Casey: American Teachers Teaching in Taiwan

Meet Dan and Casey, two high school sweethearts who got hitched and decided on a blissful married life of travel and teaching. These two little lovebirds hail from North Carolina and really have the travel bug! Read on to hear how much they love teaching in Taiwan.

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Interview With Zach And Shay: Teaching English in Taipei

Interview With Zach And Shay: Teaching English in Taipei

This month we talk to a young couple about their time teaching English in Taipei. Zach and Shay are high school sweethearts who made the move to Taiwan from Chicago. Read on to hear about their unique and interesting insights into Taiwanese culture and their observations on life in Taiwan.

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Teaching in Taiwan VS Teaching in Bali

Teaching in Taiwan VS Teaching in Bali

Ever wondered what the differences are between teaching in Bali vs teaching in Taiwan? Dean Barnes talks about his experiences in both countries.

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Interview with Katy Lucid: an American Teacher in Taipei, Taiwan

Interview with Katy Lucid: an American Teacher in Taipei, Taiwan

Interview with Katie Lucid, an American Teacher in Taipei, Taiwan. She moved from New York to Taipei with a years stay in China. She teaches buxiban and has visited many places in Taiwan.

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Interview with Brooke O’Brien, an American Teacher in Taipei, Taiwan

Interview with Brooke O'Brien, an American Teacher in Taipei, Taiwan

Hailing from the Midwest, Brooke O’Brien decided to make the leap across the proverbial pond to begin her teaching adventures in Taipei in July 2012. Read on to read about her thoughts on teaching English in Taiwan, and what she likes best about her home on the beautiful Isla Formosa.

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Paying Your Student Loans from Abroad

Paying Your Student Loans from Abroad

Applicants often ask me about dealing with student loan debt while teaching in China. With a little bit of planning and effort, there is no reason why student loans should get in the way of teaching overseas. Paying your debts while in your home country is undoubtedly much easier and takes fewer steps-most student loan companies will just deduct directly from your account or send you a monthly bill which you can easily pay by check. Paying won’t be so easy from abroad, but it can be managed. If you are a fresh graduate in the US, remember that you get a six-month grace period on your loan debt (interest free!). If you are currently paying (or need to start), the simplest solution is to ask the loan holder to allow a delay of payment through either a deferment or forbearance. A deferment allows teachers to delay payment interest-free, while forbearance delays payments but interest continues to accrue. During forbearance, you can either pay the new interest or allow it to be added to your total. Contact your loan holder to see if you qualify for an interest-free deferment, as this is by far the best option. If not, you […]

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Celebrating the Mid-Autumn Festival in Taiwan

Celebrating the Mid-Autumn Festival in Taiwan

With the 2013 Mid-Autumn Festival in Taiwan coming up on September 19th, it’s worth getting to know the traditions and history associated with this important festival.

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