20th June 2018

Teacher Testimonials: Yasmin

  When having the initial idea to move to China, I enjoyed the prospect of living in a country that was so vastly different from the lifestyle I had in the UK. A year later, I can’t deny this but yet there is something about China, and Beijing in particular, that really seems familiar. You still have access to your home comforts and while things can be challenging, living in Beijing is not as different and challenging as I initially thought. There are lots of things that stop and make […]
19th June 2018

A Beginner’s Guide to Teaching in China: Cost of Living

CHEAP COST OF LIVING IN CHINA. Are you about to move to the world’s greatest economy in the East? Lucky you, life in China is very affordable and significantly cheaper compared to the West (UK) no matter which part of town you live in. To begin with, the salary you earn as a foreign teacher in China is three times greater than most locals get each month, the average salary is around 500 pounds a month. The living expenses are way lower compared to America and European countries. Thus you […]
18th June 2018

A Beginner’s Guide to Teaching in China: How to get a work permit

18th June 2018

A Beginner’s Guide to Teaching in China: How to get your documents legalised (New Zealand)

Criminal Record Check   Documents that are not issued by New Zealand government agency, such as power of attorney, academic records, must be notarised by a Notary Public in New Zealand. Please contact the Department of Internal Affairs of New Zealand if you are uncertain whether your documents require notarisation.   Fees vary between Notaries so you may want to phone more than one. The Notary will produce a “Notarial Act” which states exactly what they have done, e. witnessed a signature or certified a true copy.  Find a notary public […]