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Teach English in “China’s Hawaii” – Hainan Island

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Teach English in Hainan Island Hainan is an island province at the southernmost part of China. It is a tropical island with abundant charming scenery, just across the Gulf of Tonkin from Vietnam. “Hainan” literally means “South of the Ocean” and is the second largest of China’s islands, second only to Taiwan. Although it is China’s smallest province, it is also the largest island under the jurisdiction of the People’s Republic of China. Its capital city is Haikou and it has a population of about 8.6 million living in a land area of 35,354 square kilometres. Hainan Island is often…

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Teach English in Suzhou

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Teach English in the Venice of the East The paradisiac, awe-inpiring city of Suzhou is an excellent place for anyone who loves lush greenery. Founded in 514BC, the city has managed to maintain its unique features in spite of the industrialism that has taken place all around it. Suzhou is located in East China in the Jiangsu Province. It is surrounded by Shanghai to the East, Zheijang to the South, Wuxi city to the West and the Yangtze River to the North. With more than 2500 years of history to its name, the city serves as a tourist attraction with…

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Teaching English in Nanjing

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Teach English in Historic Nanjing Nanjing, host of the 2014 Summer Olympics, is the capital of Jiangsu province in Eastern China and with a population of 8+ million is the second largest city in the region (after Shanghai). Nanjing enjoys one of the fifteen city sub-provincial administrative designations in China[1]. Prior to 1982, the city name was spelled as Nanking, but in 1982, with the advent of the Hanyu Pinyin[2], it was revised to Nanjing, which means “Southern Capital”. Nanjing is one of the Four Great Ancient Chinese Capitols and holds a prominent place in Chinese history. As far back as the third century AD,…

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Teach English in Shenzhen

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Teach English in a World Class City If city life appeals to you and you want to teach English in China, Shenzhen may be the city for you. An ultra-modern, conveniently located world-class city, Shenzhen offers a vibrant lifestyle with great restaurants, first-class entertainment, professional sports and things to do to suit any taste. Shenzhen is as close as you can get to Hong Kong (20 minute train ride) and still be in mainland China. Day trips to Hong Kong and Macau are popular weekend adventures for many. Shenzhen is a location that will not disappoint. Shenzhen is a great place…

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