Recently I have talked about the extra cirricular activities in China, but what about the work here? Is it worth it? All I will say is YES! Firstly, to get a job all you will need is to have a degree (any degree) and a TEFL certificate – that will help you get the job but […]Read More The Job Here
The last post I wrote about was the people of China and how helpful they can be to people like me, who don’t have a clue what they are doing half the time. But a lot of people ask me, ‘What do you actually do in China?’ Well, the truth is, I live a busy […]Read More Daily Life in China
The last time I blogged about this I kinda focused on the stuff that would shock people once they first arrive in China. The toilets and how the pollution can be bad therefore causing the spitting thing. But seriously, these are probably the only things that will shock people. The rest of the differences in […]Read More The People of China
Firstly, if you were under the impression that there wouldn’t be much of a cultural difference between the West and China then this is the blog for you… It will help you massively going forwards. OK so im sure you’ve noticed that ive touched on this before – when coming to China, taking the time […]Read More Cultural differences between the West and China
So, the first couple of posts were about before getting to China, but what happens when you are actually here? Don’t worry, I will share my embarrassing stories for you and feel free to laugh at my expense. More importantly however, please learn from my mistakes … unless you want to make a fool of […]Read More The struggles of the Early Days In China
Hey again, so my first post was very brief and as you could tell – It was short and sweet. The reason was simple, I didn’t want to bore people too quickly! It had nothing to do with my self confidence… If you are even considering coming to China, then please BY THE LOVE OF […]Read More Top 3 things to do BEFORE coming to China
Before I came to China, I was working in a customer support line for a genealogy company called ‘Findmypast’. The people I worked with were very friendly and were great to work with. But I was stuck in a rut outside work. My wages just managed to stretch, covering my rent, food and the car. […]Read More Thinking about teaching abroad?