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.
Alana Delia has been teaching in South Korea for the past two and a half years through the EPIK program. An avid traveler, Alana has enjoyed adventures all over Asia. Read on to learn what she has to say about life as an American teacher in South Korea.
British Cartographer Tom Rook’s hand-drawn map of Taipei is printed on high quality photo paper with a protective coating. It’s a one -of-a-kind souvenir for map lovers and lovers of Taiwan.
Today we’ve got an interview with Heather Richards, also known in the travel blogosphere as the Traveling Vanilla Bean. Heather is currently teaching at a local buxiban in Taipei City. Read on to find out how Heather got started on her path in Asia.
Chris Richards is an EPIK teacher in South Korea. He has been teaching high school aged students at DalSeo Technical High School in Daegu, South Korea since February 2012.
American ESL teacher Max Pizzini arrived on the beautiful island of Formosa in June 2012. He teaches elementary aged students at a popular buxiban in Taoyuan in Northern Taiwan. Max writes about his adventures in Taiwan on his blog Max is in Taiwan.
There isn’t much that ESL teacher Caroline Hosey hasn’t done in the past year that she’s lived in Seoul, South Korea. Catch up on Caroline’s adventures through our Blog Spotlight on the Reach To Teach website.
Teach in Georgia! Today we have a special treat for you. Isaac Gregson, a volunteer teacher with the Teach and Learn in Georgia program, has kindly offered to answer some of our questions about living and teaching in the beautiful Republic of Georgia.