By Jennifer Roman, Teacher in Wuhan As my first year of teaching at a Chinese university draws to an end, I’m honoured to share with you some knowledge I have gained from this experience. I hope this can be a helpful article if you have decided to teach at a […]
By Kim, University Teacher in Kunming Teaching English at a Chinese University The cafeteria where I usually eat with a variety of made-to-order stations as well as the regular cafeteria fare One of the most frequently asked questions that I receive from people outside of China deals with what I […]
By Kiran Bhat, Teacher in Shanghai I moved to China quite randomly. Due to family pressure to do something that earned more, I had decided to quit my job teaching online, but I still wanted to pursue a life lived globally. Shanghai is considered to be one of the […]
A scene of Hangzhou, Zhejiang Province Photo:VCG Going back and forth from China and his home country of France since 2010, Thomas Claret has only lived in small cities: Lanzhou in Gansu Province for two years, Huai’an in Jiangsu Province for three years and Yancheng in Jiangsu since September 2017. […]
Youtube Video: China Vs. Taiwan: Working Considering teaching English in Mainland China or in Taiwan? Are they different? Which attracts you more?
What’s the difference between teaching in university and teaching in training center? The video below may tell you the answer. Youtube Video: Teach English in China: Pros and Cons | Training Schools vs. Universities
Scan the following QR to subscribe to ISAC Program For those who still are not familiar with, WeChat is a social network: it’s sort of halfway between WhatsApp and Facebook, with the dual purpose of dividing content on your dashboard besides communication via chat. WeChat is all this and much […]