Teaching English in China Blog
Wechat might be one of the greatest apps ever and it can make your time in China much easier – here is how to link it with your bank in order to make payments easier in the mainland.
Thinking about teaching English in Beijing – here are some tips from a current teacher on why she chose Beijing, what she likes about the city and what her average day is like!
Thinking about working for EF? Here’s a short interview on what one teacher liked and didn’t like about teaching for the company in China.
Training centers are everywhere in China and are hiring teachers by the boatload – here’s what you need to know about their schedule and pay before taking a job at one.
Thinking about teaching in Beijing? Here’s what one former teacher had to say about the city, salary, and preparing for arrival.
Thinking about teaching in Shenzhen? Here’s what to expect, what it’s like for teachers, and some areas of the city to check out for schools.
Want to teach in China but have a criminal record? Here’s what the Chinese visa criminal record check means for your application.
This post may contain affiliate links (at no extra cost to you). Please read our disclosure for more information. The short answer? Yes! It is possible to teach English in China without a degree. The long answer is that it's not always legal...
See how Anthony got started teaching for EF in Wuhan, China – a tier 2 city bigger than NYC – and what he thought of the experience.
Quitting or changing jobs? Here’s why you need a release letter and how to get one.