Don’t become victims of censorship. Make sure that your traveling luggage is topped with a VPN account so that you can connect and share with your friends.
Teaching English in China: ESL teachers face a lot of challenges abroad but what happens when the country you’ve moved to experiences a pandemic like SARS?
Learn about teaching English in China from a person who has been there, done it all, and now helps others to teach in China. It’s a scary thing to pick up and move your life to the other side of the world.
Thinking of teaching in China? The ESL industry in China is booming and the demand for qualified ESL teachers is going up every day. Here are 12 tips for your first few weeks teaching and living abroad in China.
Learn how to speak to a doctor in this week’s episode of Peggy Teaches Chinese.
In last week’s episode, we learned how to make a hotel reservation in Chinese. This week, Peggy teaches us how to check into a hotel.
Learn about my two weeks in Beijing with Beijing TV while we filmed the Arts in Our Lands competition for China’s 2004 Spring Festival television marathon.
Ever been offered a free lobotomy? I have. Back in 2003, I was offered one on my first morning in Chángch?n, China. I woke up to the sound and sight of a man standing at my window. It sounded like he was saying, “Free Lobotomy? Freeeee Lobotomy!” I could not, for the life of me, figure […]
An account of my first few months teaching in northern China in 2003.
Many years ago, my world changed dramatically on a cold day in March 2003 when I flew to China to become an English teacher. Welcome to My Several Worlds.