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Streets in Remission: A Chinese City in Recovery

It's a surreal experience, seeing the rest of the world enter a state of lockdown and self-quarantine, just as China begins to dial back its own government-imposed measures. As the epicentre of the Coronavirus outbreak, [...]

By |March 25th, 2020|Articles, Life in China|0 Comments

Quarantine Procedures for ESL Teachers Entering China

Updated: 27th March China will Temporarily Close Border to Foreigners from Saturday, 28th March In a measure to reduce the number of imported cases of COVID-19 China will temporarily not be allowing most foreigners in [...]

By |March 24th, 2020|Articles, Life in China|0 Comments

How to Build Up a Social Network when You’re New to Shanghai (or China)

Moving to a new place is about 50% excitement and 50% anxiousness under the best of circumstances.  When you don’t know anyone that anxiety can really take off and make it hard to enjoy a [...]

By |February 12th, 2020|Articles, Life in China|0 Comments

Avoiding Controversy and Stimulating Debate in the Classroom

  Some teachers love to teach children. I dread it. A lot. I’m not saying that children are not lovely, but I have the misfortune of being a person who gets bored extremely easily. Couple [...]

By |February 6th, 2020|Articles, Teaching|0 Comments

Update on Coronavirus COVID-19 for ESL Teachers in China

Last updated: 29th March China temporarily closes border to foreigners on Saturday 28th March In a measure to reduce the number of imported cases of COVID-19, China will temporarily not be allowing most foreigners in [...]

By |January 29th, 2020|Articles, Life in China|0 Comments
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