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  • Love--Why I Chose to Stay

     

    By Sam @WIEChinaThe intricate melodic sound erupting from my phone signals another start to a day of where I’ll be surprised, inspired and most likely exhausted as school awaits me. The morning dawn pierces light through the crevices that have appeared due to the sagging of my curtains most likely put up years ago. I lazily float a hand from the side of my bed, seizing the now painful noise that has awakened my eagerness to confront the day that lies ahead.Is the coffee in the pot? Tie or no ti

  • Teaching in China Small Town As ESL Teacher

     

    By Adam Hawks, ESL Teacher @WIEChinaPeople have traveled to China throughout the centuries to discover fortune and fame. For hundreds of years, traders from around the world have ventured to the Middle Kingdom to change their destiny. In a modernizing China, many people from different nationalities are still discovering new methods to change their livelihood. By becoming an ESL teacher in China, I was also on my own quest to discover a new self. However, I was not seeking riches or fame, but rat

  • My Super Participation in Cultural Communication

     

    By Tim @WIEChinaBeing a teacher in a foreign country is much more than imparting knowledge on students in the classroom. It is about being part of the community. It is about being a representative of your home country. It is about sharing cultures to find similarities and comparing cultures to earn about differences. The greatest thing a teacher can do to help his students is to relate an environment in which the student will love his subject. If a student enjoys his English lesson, if he laughs

  • ESL Teacher's Story--A Good Way to Meet People And Start Your Life

     

    By Molly@WIEChinaDear readers. If you are an ESL Teacher in a foreign country far away from home, you probably feel the same way as I have been through:Many of us came to a brand new country (For me I teach in China) all alone and felt excited to meet new people in this nation; however, many of us also learn very quickly that the language barrier or a busy schedule can make it difficult to do this with ease.Do not feel trapped or question youself for starting the vanture. You just need a gateway

  • Tips from ESL Teacher for Living and Teaching in China!

     

    Edited by Yolanda@WIEChinaInitially, moving to a new country may seem daunting at first. However, believe it or not, this feeling does subside!Moreover, I have found the following tips have made my transition less overwhelming. Firstly, I will suggest that you download The Baidu Translate App (or whichever App you are most comfortable with using). If possible before you arrive, try and learn a few Mandarin words that will make communicating much easier.Secondly, I recommend downloading Didi (tax

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