Travelling to a new city can be daunting, especially when you don’t speak the local language. There are always guidebooks giving tips and hints about the most famous attractions, where to find the best food and which hotels to stay in but sometimes all you need is insider info to get you started!
For the past two months, we have been greeted every day by two beautiful little balls of fluff, Noodle and Dumpling. Despite not planning on adopting any sort of animal ever, especially in China, they have become the perfect family additions!
Ever wondered what an ESL teacher does in an average day? It’s not all eating street food and experiencing exotic cultures…
Beijing is a great place to live. But before you take the plunge of moving to China, you’ll need to consider the cost of living in Beijing. Can you afford to move? Will you be able to rent a decent apartment? How much will you be able to socialise? Find out how much it costs to live in Beijing!
‘We’re moving to Thailand to teach English!’ Those were the words of my best friend and her boyfriend over two years ago. I was excited for them, but I also wanted to jump in their suitcases and never look back!
Moving to China is a big step for many people. There are many cultural differences between China and the rest of the world. If you’re thinking of making it your home base, read up on the country and see if it’s the right place for you!
Living in a Chinese apartment was something that I was really looking forward to! I spent so many hours trawling the internet before we had even signed a contract looking at other people’s apartments, and researching on what to expect in relation to price and standards.
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