Date registered: February 22, 2013
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YuYiBoSi Art and Culture Center is looking for an experienced native English teacher
(native speaker only please).
Location: 5th floor No. 27 JinSheng building Wuhou Distrrict, Shuangfend Road.
Time: Saturday 10am-11:30 5 to 8 students around 5 years old.
No preparation necessary, everything provided.
Basic Chinese would be preferred.
150-200/ hour depending on candidate qualifications/experience.
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1.Native speakers from any of the following countries: US, UK, Canada, Australia, New Zealand.US is prefer.
2.Love kids,it's better to have childcare experiences.
3.Have a college degree.
4.Age of students: 3-5, Number of students:3-4.
5.Teaching kids sing song,play game on weekend,Pay:￥200/hour
6.Saturday or Sunday,morning or afternoon are both acceptable (you choose the day/time)
7.Location:Jianshe Road,Chenghua District
wechat:jenny_jiang028 or 13408548541
Quiet Clean female preferred. It's more important for me to find the right person than to quickly rent out the room.
10-15 minute walk to Chunxilu, Wangfujing, Taikooli
one room for rent, smaller of the two bedrooms
nice kitchen and bathroom, small living room, washing machine, tv, internet etc...
I'm quiet, respectful, clean guy working 40 hours a week, occasional guests but only one or two, never have a party, travel on weekends sometimes, sleep by midnight and work by 9am weekdays.
1300/month includes utilities/internet, pics available
Looking for work?
Have work to give to others?
I have an English job group on we chat, we post teaching gigs, private student opportunities, foreign monkey jobs, whatever we have to share that we can't do.
Search my phone number and add me, I'll put you in the group and you can pick up some side work or pass on jobs that you can't do.
Important that you list all the details, days/times/location/pay/student ages/#of students/ materials....etc.
Learn a classical Chinese culture game and get paid to do it!!!!
....actually you won't be paid, but it's a free group, check it out.
Go (simplified Chinese: 围棋; traditional Chinese: 圍棋; pinyin: wéiqí, Japanese: 囲碁 igo,[nb 2] literal meaning: "encircling game", Korean: 바둑 baduk[nb 3]) is a board game involving two players that originated in ancient China more than 2,500 years ago.The two players alternately place black and white playing pieces, called "stones", on the vacant intersections ("points") of a board with a 19x19 grid of lines. Beginners often play on smaller 9×9 and 13×13 boards.
Anyways, we are a mixed group of foreigners and Chinese. If you are interested in learning to play the greatest board game on earth!!!!(no pressure), feel free to join us. We have a weekly meeting on Monday's from 7:00pm until 10:00?, at different bars or tea houses. We usually get a Group discount on food and drinks.
There are multiple board sizes 9x9, 13x13, 19x19 and players of all levels. Last meeting 3 French, 1 British, 1 American, 7 Chinese and an 18 year old prodigy gave me a 6 stone handicap and then smashed me....humbling
don't be intimidated, most players are beginners and have only just started, so you can fit in no problem
here's some links to the rules to get you started, good to understand the basics before you play
Add me on we chat or send a message and I'll put you in the group chat...day day up!
I'm looking at getting an online TEFL....any recommendations for companies, websites? I know there's a lot of BS out there.
I want to become and IELTS examiner, does this mean my TEFL must be cambridge approved and in the classroom with teaching or can I get this online and then do the examiner training?
Anybody have any input? Cheers
one of these has a cheap processing fee around 10bucks...the single entry visa went up in price last year, i forget ....maybe 45$ plus your processing fee of 10$, it's 50-60$ total....you can print your confirmation letter to show to China airport, then you get a visa when you land...bring a passport sized photo, or you can get one at the airport when you land for 5bucks...sometimes they don't care about the photo.
this is the easiest and cheapest way that i've found...much cheaper than using a visa agency
Yea seriously, that's the way things go here. Just roll with it, there's a lot of grey areas where things are "illegal" technically, but you're not going to get into trouble...if anything they would be the ones that get nailed and if they're already an established school, they have connections and know the system.
You've got nothing to worry about, this happens at countless schools here, it's part of the way business is done
....TIC..."THIS IS CHINA!!!!"
Enjoy the ride, don't rock the boat, or you'll soon be swimming
you can buy a card at some convenience stores that you can load with money. you put money on it at the subway entrance, the girls at the booth before "security". just swipe and go...i'm not sure which stores to buy the cards at, ask a Chinese friend.