Moving To China To Teach English

Moving to China

So I’ve decided I’m moving to China to teach English! Four wonderful years at university have ended, I had a fantastic graduation day and although I applied for a job I seriously messed the interview up. So instead, I’ve decided to take Steph up on her “you should be moving to China to teach English, as you’re the only person I know who could do it” offer. This also means that I must move onwards and upwards with the world of blogging, as I am too lazy to include everyone on a weekly email, plus I know at times I’ll have too many photos to show you as attachments! I had another blog before, an old one I used to write on during school and further one, but it was getting just that, old. It contained a lot of stuff that just doesn’t happen in my life any more so it got deleted.

Anyway, this is going to document the next stage in my life, as I travel to China and work there for 6 months, before I move on to New Zealand (hopefully!). I’ve included more information and contact details in my profile (see the About section) and also visit the contact page if you’re interested in getting in touch, as the realms of Facebook may be out of my reach when I get there, but I’m sure I’ll find a way!

I’m not sure what moving to China to teach English will entail, but we’ll see what happens over the next 6 months anyway!

It’s always short and sweet to start, but as I near my departure for China, 24th August, only one month away, I’m busy organising various things including flights and visas (which are a hassle by the way!). Look out for an update soon as I confirm that I’ve actually got everything I need

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Author: Bennett

2 years as an expat in China and now doing the same in New Zealand, Bennett sure likes to experience "slow travel!"

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  1. Yeah, visas for China are a pain and if you are an American they are expensive. Americans pay like $130+ and people from other countries pay like $20. So how did teaching in China turn out?

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    • Loved teaching in China, thanks Ian! Would probably be back there if I hadn’t also have fallen in love with NZ and a certain kiwi bloke, haha. Have you ever been to China?

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