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Pros and cons of taking a gap year

Going from high school to university is a big leap, what you decide to do could impact the rest of your life, so it’s best to be sure which path you want to head down.

Some people recommend taking a gap year after high school to see what the world has to offer. Having been cooped up in a classroom half your life,...

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Taking a gap year in China

When you decide to take a gap year, it’s best to go somewhere you’ve never been before. A gap year gives you the chance to explore the world but also yourself. It’s the time to find out who you are or who you’re meant to be. At the moment, these are exciting times in China and it’s an ideal country for your stay. While...

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Top 10 do and don’t to do in China

There are a lot of things to consider when going to China whether to visit, to study, to work or even to live. The Chinese people are one of the few people left in today’s society who still maintain their traditions, other than the Japanese and Korean. Every year a large number of foreigners come to China with very little knowledge...

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Which City should you study in?

China is a gigantic country with 22 provinces. Foreigners from all over the world are attracted to China and learning Chinese. However, the question that poses on everyone’s lips before they make the great leap to China is; which city is the best city. Truthfully, there is no best city only the place for you.

Before you pack your bags and run out the door...

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Just Landed – International Wanderer

Before coming to China, hopefully you’ve decided out what you want to do while you here. Whether it’s for study or work, you’ve planned out how long you want to stay in China for and which city to stay in. The time has come, your bags are packed and you’re about to head off on your adventure. What you might have forgotten are a few...

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 Challenges that you may face in China

When the opportunity knocked and asked you to move to China, you jumped up and raced out the door. You might have thought it would a smooth transition, similar to moving from America to Australia, but it is not the same. Unfortunately, there are some challenges you will face once you arrive.

These challenges are not uncommon; they are not impossible to overcome but...

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Teaching English in another country sounds exciting, doesn’t it? Here’s what you can expect when you decide to become one of our Next Step China teachers.   In the past five years, we have had more than 500 teachers choose our Teach English in China program. Become one of them by helping students learn conversational English and pronunciation. Our teachers spend 20 to 30 hours per week teaching, creating...

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