China teaching job starts in October

All English teaching jobs are open to degree holders with a high standard of written and spoken English (native speakers preferred). Teaching experience and TEFL certificates are not essential but desirable. We provide assistance in obtaining work visas for China. We will also give you some cultural training before you leave! To apply, please send CV to us.

1. Ref: HZ2011A (URGENT START)

A well-established English training centre in Huizhou City of Guangdong province is recruiting 1 English teacher.

* Students aged from 3-18

* 20 lessons per week (50 min per lesson)

* Y5,500 salary per month (approx. £550). Fully-furnished accommodation near the school.

* International flight allowance after 12 month contract completed

* 12 month contract with 2 month’s probation. Training provided during the probation period.

* Evening or weekend time apply. 5 working days per week.

* Efficient and friendly Chinese staff.

* Start October or ASAP

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Lost in Translation …

Inspiring Chinese Course New Term Starts Soon!

This course is a learning club not just a class. Our students drink green tea and discuss current issues about China in class. Regular social outings are also scheduled outside. opportunities to volunteer or work in China too! For more details about the course: http://www.educationchina.co.uk/

 Welcome back from the summer break! Here are the dates for the Inspiring Chinese Course 2011 autumn term:

Dates: Wednesdays 5 October – 7 December, 10 weeks

Time: 5.30pm-7.00pm

Classroom: Hove College, Stuart House, 48 Cromwell Road, BN3 3ER.

Tuition: £160

Textbook: £20 (to use for the whole academic year)

Get-together meal before the new term starts!

Students and teachers of the Inspiring Chinese Course are having a dinner party to welcome the new term on next Tuesday at 7pm in Lucky Star Chinese Restaurant, 101  Trafalgar Street BN1 4ER.

We welcome anyone who wants to find out more about learning with us to join in the party! Just come along…

See you there! 🙂

China Related Talks in London

On the occasion of the Fourth International Forum on Contemporary China Studies (IFCCS4, the University of Nottingham, UK), the China in Comparative Perspective Network (CCPN) invited several well-known Chinese scholars to LSE to give a series of seminars from the 14th to 16th September. The seminar series are sponsored by the Confucius Institute Business for London (CIBL), and will be held at Seligman Library (OLD 6.05), Old Building, London School of Economics.

Time and Date: 15:00-17:00, 14th September (Wednesday)

Chair: Professor Stephan Feuchtwang (CCPN Director)

Speaker: Professor WEN Tiejun

Title: Eight financial crises and their ‘soft landings’ in China over
the past six decades

Time and Date: 19:00-21:0014th September (Wednesday)

Chair: Professor Stephan Feuchtwang (CCPN Director)

Speaker: Professor LU Xueyi

Title:  Construction of ‘society modernization’ is the major task in the
next three decades

Time and Date: 19:00-21:00, 15th September (Thursday)

Chair: Dr Kent Deng (CCPN Co-Director, Reader in Economic history)

Seminar 1 Society Re-construction: Experience & Challenges, Prof ZHANG
Jing (Dept of Sociology, Peking University)

Seminar 2: How to understand China’s politics, Professor JING Yuejin
(Dept of Political Science, Tsinghua University)

Time and Date: 19:00-21:00, 16th September (Friday)

Chair: Dr Xiangqun Chang (CCPN Coordinator, Research Fellow)

Speakers: all speakers come from Department of Anthropology, School of
Sociology and Anthropology, Sun Yat-sen University

Seminar 1: Professor ZHU Jiangang: Relational Transition between NGO and
Government — Case studies of Three NGOs in contemporary China

Seminar 2: Professor LIU Zhiyang: Inheritance and Vicissitude of the
Tibetan Diet -Anthropological Fieldwork in Tibetan Rural Community

Seminar 3:  Dr DUAN Ying: Being Chinese in Burma: Ethnicity and Cultural
Citizenship

Speaker 4: Professor ZHOU Daming: Department of Anthropology at Sun
Yat-sen University and the Development of Anthropology in China

NOTES:

All seminars will be given in English, except Professor LU Xueyi who
will give seminar in Chinese with English translation PPT.

All welcome!