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China Pakistan Relations.

Khurram786  Jun 03, 2014 Comments(21)

China–Pakistan relations began in 1950 when Pakistan was among the first countries to end official diplomatic relations with theRepublic of China on Taiwan and recognize the PRC. Since then, both countries have placed considerable importance on the maintenance of an extremely close and supportive relationship. Since then, the two ... Read More>>

Chongqing...two and half months later...

louischuahm  May 31, 2014 Comments(8)

It's been two and half months since I last wrote. Been busy all that time putting into place processes for so many tasks. I was wondering what the previous administrator was doing, even simple processes were not in place. It's no wonder the expat teachers here were complaining that each time they wanted something it takes a long time to get ... Read More>>

Food / Drinks in China (Love, Like & ehhhhh....) :)

hadleyj09  May 28, 2014 Comments(5)

Food in China for the most part is just like food in the west in terms of opinions. Either you will love it, like it and eat it on occasions, or it may not be for you. Love 1. Spicy food I love spicy food. I didn't really think I would because my stomach never felt right back in the states after I ate food that was super spicy, but I would have ... Read More>>

Discipline in China

mak  May 28, 2014 Comments(2)

I visited China for the first time in 2006. I had heard a lot of stories about how China had developed and that people were very hard working. Hard working is fine , but hard working with proper discipline is a must. From my trip to China I figured that it was not a laid back country. The people were always on their toes. Whatever had to be done ... Read More>>

China Through The Eyes of a Laowai

Jauzinho17  May 28, 2014 Comments(3)

So this is my first blog post but it's been a long time in the making. I have compiled a great canyon of insight and information that will go into writing this and I hope that it might give some people an idea of what it is like to live through the eyes of a Laowai in China. Each time I post I will focus on different aspects of China and how I ... Read More>>

The obstacles faced by Chinese students in mastering English

thabet_sava  May 27, 2014 Comments(11)

I was fortunate enough to have the opportunity to reside and teach in China for the past ten years. I had the chance to teach students of all age groups and various educational backgrounds. Unfortunately, I discovered that most of my students were facing several obstacles in attaining competence or achieving fluency in the English language. ... Read More>>

What kinds of fruit do you know in GZ

Natalie_Leung  May 26, 2014 Comments(1)

1. Orange Orange is one of the most well known fruits in Guangzhou. It is widely planted in Guangzhou. Early in period of 5 A.D., there are a lot of orange gardens in Guangzhou. It was said that the honey orange today in America was brought from Europe; however, the European sweet orange was source from China. China has the orange planting ... Read More>>

First Interview: Aftermath

IslandBoy77  May 24, 2014

Well, the "first interview" is behind me. It is a mix of relief and disappointment that I see the event now, which is interesting. After a fairly busy and a little stressful day, I decided to get myself ready 30 minutes before the scheduled time of 6:30pm (NZ Time) for the Skype interview. I figured that would give me time to disengage from my ... Read More>>

Suzhou to Shenzhen: Nearly finished with my first year of teaching English

samferguson88  May 23, 2014 Comments(10)

I've hit the final stretch. In about five weeks I'll leave Suzhou and (fingers crossed) head to Shenzhen to begin a new teaching job. I've learned a lot during my first year in China. Not just about Chinese culture, but about myself- as corny as that sounds. I came here not knowing much about what I was geting into. I had no prior teaching ... Read More>>

The First Interview

IslandBoy77  May 23, 2014

So, today is the day: my first online interview. Ever. I'm feeling surprisingly relaxed, but also hesitant and cautious. Why cautious, you may ask? Allow me to explain... After signing up and getting my resume completed and approved here on, I proceeded to apply for a couple of jobs - just to "chance my arm a little" and to warm ... Read More>>

Islands on the Land

juanisaac  May 22, 2014 Comments(2)

The first few months that I stayed in China I started to learn the language in the small town of Hai’an, Jiangsu. I was not learning the national language but the local dialect. A colleague pointed it out when instead of saying “Ni hao” I said, “Ni hoa.” More words in the regional dialect inverted the ... Read More>>

The driving here is a joke sometimes

henry.lam260988  May 20, 2014 Comments(1)

Hi people! I have been in Shenzhen for almost a year and one thing that really pisses me off is the driving and how pedestrians cross the road. First I wanna talk about the driving. I really cannot stand some of the driving. It's like everyone is in a rush to get somewhere which creates chaos and traffic. Bus drivers I find are the worst. If a ... Read More>>


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How to Begin Creating Wealth for generations to come.

JHughes  May 20, 2014 Comments(1)

During my youth I have experienced many ups and downs where finance is concerned. From Student loans to buying your first car, money does matter a considerable amount in your life. Here are some tips to enter an industry that has consistent growth. I hope this article will enlighten you with possibility. Why Invest in Overseas Real Estate? Five ... Read More>>

Journey to China and a new life

IslandBoy77  May 18, 2014

It never ceases to amaze me how life can change in "the blink of an eye" or on the strength of a simple sentence. Indeed, when my ex-wife said to me early last year "I'm leaving you", I had no idea of the profound changes her words would bring, or the opportunities that would open as a result of her actually walking out the door. Indeed, it was ... Read More>>

China is NOT a bad place to be (RANT)

hadleyj09  May 15, 2014 Comments(25)

So many foriengers who have claimed to have been living in China for years are continuously complaining about how bad China is. Why are they still here after years of complaining? Look at the positives about living here. There are issues, and there are things that irritate me, but no there's no reason to complain all the time. I can see the ... Read More>>

… I want to be a part of it: Shanghai, Shanghai

AnnikaB  May 15, 2014 Comments(3)

Living in Shanghai can make you a happy person. To be fair, it is a challenge for anyone living here, whether you came for studying in china, for learning chinese or for a shanghai job offer. However, it is a very rewarding enterprise, I promise. When you try to get to know this colossus of a city, you will find that Shanghai is full of ... Read More>>

China: Life Is Great Here

hadleyj09  May 15, 2014 Comments(34)

It's been nearly 9 months since I've started living in China. The only thing I can say is that it has truly been an adventure. One thing is certain, not once have I ever thought of China as a bad place to work or live. This is a great country with so much opportunity. Actually, the amount of success and freedom here seems unrealistic. What do I ... Read More>>

Boring City and Happy You

sethbarham.esl  May 14, 2014 Comments(2)

Oil and water. Hatfields and McCoys. Beer and China. Give me three things that don’t go together. Life in China can be challenging at times for those pretentious expats that look out of their monocled eyes and down their noses at a piss-colored glass of Tsingtao. Mostly because it’s the best brew on offer in a typical Chinese bar, ... Read More>>

Calling a Stag a Horse

Jessiejane  May 12, 2014 Comments(1)

If we are in Chinese language school, we will study one story today. This story is named “calling a stag a horse”. In the reign of Emperor the Second of the Qin Dynasty (221-207 B.C.), the Prime Minister Zhao Gao, obsessed with ambitions, was planning to usurp the throne day and night. But he did not know how many of the ministers in ... Read More>>

Shanghai vs Delhi

mak  May 09, 2014 Comments(1)

While people would like to compare Mumbai with Shanghai , I chose not to , as Mumbai doesnt even come close to the kind of infrastructure Delhi has. As a visitor to Shanghai I found three distinct marvels. One was the Bund area , which had this British touch to it and it can be compared to the Connaught Place in Delhi. The second was the Chinese ... Read More>>

how to transfer Tom's Alien Employment Permit issued by Shanghai to Shenzhen?

tracy1016  May 07, 2014 Comments(1)

Tom has been working in a Shanghai company for 3 years, being a holder of a valid Employment & Residence Permit. Fortunately, he will get a good chance to work in Shenzhen, but the trouble is to transfer his Employment Permit to Shenzhen. If you were Tom, the correct procedure of changing employer shall be as follows: shall resign ... Read More>>

Teaching in the Countryside

adb2014  May 07, 2014 Comments(3)

For some ESL teachers, part of their job responsibilities may be to go on summer or winter camps with their students. That was the case for me with my last company five years ago. It was a winter camp, where we spent two days in the Qing Yuan and Ying De regions respectively. We picked fruit, visited a tea farm, had barbeques and went for boat ... Read More>>

In China for love, thoughts and words from Shenzen border

gidiemme  May 07, 2014 Comments(1)

Hello readers, it's my first post here. I am not native english speaker, so please accept my apologies for any mispell or grammatical error. Why are we in China? Is love one of the reasons that brought you here? No matter what, I'd like to share this with you. I would like to dedicate this post to the gentle souls and the ones longing to catch ... Read More>>

The Chinese Western Bar

juanisaac  May 05, 2014 Comments(1)

At first thought, the idea of opening up a Western-type bar in China should not be hard. However, what is a Western bar? Bars come in variations such as an English or Irish pub, a German biergarten, or Mexican cantina to just any night club. John Jiang, the owner of the New Yesterbar, had such an idea of opening up a Western bar in a small town ... Read More>>

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