Teach in China–starting Sep. 2014

The High School Affiliated to Guizhou Normal University (Guiyang, China) is looking for EFL teachers, teaching courses of English Speaking and listening to high school students.

Starting Date: September 2014, One-year contract (from September 1st  2014 to June 30th  2015)

 Remuneration Package:

1. Salary: 7,000-9,000RMB per month depends on experience.

2. Airfare for coming to China and leaving for home country.

3. Travel allowance:  5000 RMB per year on top of salary.

4. Teaching Load: 20 academic hours per week.

5. Free Chinese lessons.

6. Fully furnished accommodation.

7. Assistance to apply for work permit to enter China.

8. Medical insurance in China.

9. Dedicated staff to look after you.


1. Applicants should be NATIVE English speakers from UK, USA, Canada, Australia or New Zealand, have at least a Bachelor degree .

2. Applicants with a TESOL or TEFL certificate.

3. Devotion to teaching: patient, responsible and enthusiastic

If you are keen, please send your CV with a recent photo to mail@educationchina.co.uk , or contact us for more details.

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Documentary Series: The Da Ming Palace

Six beautifully made series about a legendary palace of the splendid Tang Dynasty in Chinese history. The rise and fall of Da Ming Palace was closely tightened with the power of Tang. If you are interested in Chinese ancient culture, you need to learn about Tang. It is my favourite dynasty in the history of China! 🙂

A few interesting facts about Tang Dynasty (618年-907年):

1. It was fashionable for women to be full-figured (or plump). Men enjoyed the presence of assertive, active women.

2. Empress Wu Ze Tian was the only legitimate female ruler in Chinese history.

3. During the Tang Dynasty, tea became synonymous with everything sophisticated in society.

4.  The first recorded use of toilet paper was made in 589 by the scholar-official Yan Zhitui.

5. People played football and polo.  W020081212393262858311

Watch in youtube: Chinese Version

English Version: Part 1, Part 2, Part 3.

Culture and Design: A Vision of China

The Inspiring Chinese Course gang are going to check this out! 🙂

A Design Futures talk by Professor Jan Staël von Holstein 

Professor Jan Staël von Holstein presents a discussion of contemporary Chinese culture, examining the differences between East and West and how such contrasts relate to design thinking.

Date and time: 20th Feb 2014 6:00pm-8:00pm

Place: Sallis Benney Theatre

Organized by:


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How China Fooled the World – with Robert Peston

Robert Peston travels to China to investigate how this mighty economic giant could actually be in serious trouble. China is now the second largest economy in the world and for the last 30 years China’s economy has been growing at an astonishing rate. While Britain has been in the grip of the worst recession in a generation, China’s economic miracle has wowed the world.

  • Broadcast on BBC Two, 9:00PM Tue, 18 Feb 2014
  • Available until 9:59PM Fri, 28 Feb 2014
  • First broadcast BBC Two, 9:00PM Tue, 18 Feb 2014
  • Duration 60 minutes

Click to watch in iPlayer: http://www.bbc.co.uk/i/b03w7gxt/