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Some of the best advice I've ever received about teaching English in China is to expect the unexpected. To the vast majority of people, China is a place of mystery, and if you believe the news, a pretty scary place. Some expats in China have mostly good experiences, and other expats have mostly bad experiences. Yet truth be told, China is neither a good or a bad place; it's just a place that is different from your home country. Whether you see the good or see the bad depends a great deal on your worldview and if you view life as a glass half empty or Read More
Shenzhen is a modern, sunny city in the south of China that enjoys warm weather all year round. After you visit these top five places, you will be able to discover the beauty and charm of Shenzhen for yourself.
So you’ve decided to jump in and move to China! Congratulations! Now what do you do?As you have more than likely heard, China has an extensive firewall set up. A firewall is a virtual ‘wall’ that restricts internet access to sites. Like other Asian countries such as Thailand and Singapore, China is not shy about doing this. In fact, China’s firewall is infamous- often times referred to as The Great Firewall of China.