87322 G.F.E School

Teach Young Learners in Guang’an, China, With Pioneer & Beyond

Guang'an City

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G F E School is an all-inclusive boarding school located in the scenic city of Guang’an. The school houses a bilingual kindergarten, elementary school, junior high school, and High School.

The campus covers an area of 200 acres and can accommodate 6000 students. An investment of 600 million yuan was made to make major improvements and incorporate first-class teaching and educational equipment in all classrooms, and to facilitate a complex food production system, to become selfsufficient in the production of greens and vegetables to improve the health of the school’s students and teachers.

G F E School aims to lay a foundation for students’ lifelong development and fulfil their responsibility of preparing each student for life in the globalised world.

The School use a new international education concept to integrate the essence of Eastern and Western education. With the core focus on the attention to potential development, harmony and high-quality education.



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Job description

  • School name: Guang’an Friendship Excellence School
  • Location: Guang’an city of Sichuan province, very close to Chongqing and Chengdu.( https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Guang%27an)
  • Cooperated period: Sep 1st,2018-Jul 5th, 2019
  • Starting time: Sep 1st,2018
  • Students age: 3-6 (kindergarten children),7-12(primary school children)
  • Class size:25-50 students in one classroom
  • Textbooks: offered
  • Workload: Maximum of 22 classes, 45mins one class per week
  • Teaching schedule: teach from Monday to Friday, weekend off to rest
  • Living: Free accommodation with all the room basic facilities. (Utilities will be
  • )
  • Meal: free meals at the school canteen. (If no, you will get a 500RMB food allowance
  • per month)
  • Visa: Work permit provided
  • Salary: 12,000RMB per month after tax. Holiday allowance:2500RMB per month with no salary (if not a full month, it will be prorated)
  • Flight allowance: 5000RMB after contract finished



Job Details
Subject to TeachEnglish
Teaching Hours Per Week10- 15 hours
Office Hours per week40 hours
Working Days Per Week5 days
Students’ Age7year old – 15year old
Class Size40-50 students
Duration of Each Class40-45 minutes
Contract LengthOne academic year
Start TimeASAP
Foreign Teachers Requirements
English levelNative level
Certificate TEFL/TESOL/CELTA/Two-year experience
DegreeBA degree or above
Terms of Employment
Salary160,000-180,000 per year (before tax)
overtime allowanceProvided
Flight AllowanceProvided
Medical insuranceProvided
Food AllowanceWorking luncheon provided
Utility (Electricity, Water, Internet)Self-paying
Over Work AllowanceProvided
HolidaysSame as students
VisaWork permit provided




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Guangan (广安)City introduction:

Guang’an is a prefecture-level city in eastern Sichuan province. It is most famous as the birthplace of China’s former paramount leader Deng Xiaoping. Guangan lies between the hills of central Sichuan and the gorges area of the east. Guangan is the only “Sichuan Chongqing Cooperation Demonstration Zone” in Sichuan and the nearest prefecture-level city from the main city of Chongqing. It has been incorporated into the 1-hour economic circle of Chongqing. Because of its strategic location, it is called the “Gateway to Eastern Sichuan”.

Guang’an Attractions – Things to Do

Huaying Mountain: Renowned for its beautiful landscapes, northeastern Sichuan’s Huaying Mountain has been a Buddhist shrine site since the Tang Dynasty, and is sometimes referred to as ‘Little Mt. Emei’. Visitors are rewarded with views of bamboo forests, clouds, snowy scenes and – providing you arrive early enough – an awe-inspiring sunrise.

Gaodeng Mountain: The famous Stone Forest is located towards the southwest of the Gaodeng Mountain, Huaying’s highest peak. Remnants of the ancient Gaodeng Temple can still be found near the forest.

Qujiang River: Should you decide to venture up the Qujiang River from Guang’an Garden, you will no doubt be charmed by the fascinating riverside scenery. A highlight of the journey is passing through the Old Town of Xiaoxi, which contains an ancient-style dock, characteristic of the Ming (1368-1644) and Qing (1644-1911) dynasties.

Deng Xiaoping’s Former Residence: Guang’an is the hometown of Deng Xiaoping, the top leader of China from 1978 to 1989. He put forward the policy of “reform and opening up”, helping the Chinese citizens live a better life. Deng Xiaoping’s Former Residence is located in the suburb of the city, where you can see the bronze statue, memorial hall, and exhibition museum of Deng.

History: In the 11th century BC, the Ba Tribe moved to eastern Sichuan and established the Ba Kingdom; its capital was situated in present-day Chongqing, with Guang’an falling under its jurisdiction. During the Qin Dynasty (221BC-206BC), this area became part of United China and ethnic groups from the central plains moved and settled into the area.







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Chongqing is the largest municipality in southwest China. It is a modern port city on the upper reaches of the Yangtze River at the confluence of the Yangtze and Jialing Rivers. With an area of 31, 800 square miles (82,400 square kilometres), it shares borders with provinces of Hubei, Hunan, Guizhou, Sichuan, and Shaanxi.

As China’s fourth municipality after Beijing, Shanghai, and Tianjin, Chongqing has maintained rapid economic development while preserving a wonderful natural environment.

Known as the ‘Mountain City’, it has a wavy terrain and encompasses a wealth of water reserves, mineral resources, dense forests, and abundant flora and fauna.

The city attracts visitors from home and abroad for its natural wonders and cultural heritage. As a common starting port for the Yangtze River cruise, tourists can go for a downstream tour to the magnificent Three Gorges.

Weblink: http://wikitravel.org/en/Chongqing






Chongqing, Heaven of Food



China’s southwestern city of Chongqing is famed across the country for its spicy delicacies.

The fire-breathing hot chillies have become part of the local people’s lives, and it takes a brave tourist to sample the best the city can cook up.

While many see hotpot as the symbol of Chongqing’s food culture, there is plenty of other cuisines on offer

Foreigner or Chinese, it seems that nobody can resist the temptation of Chongqing food.

“The food is awesome. We had really a food sightseeing, hotpot and xiaomian and everything, we love Chongqing food. It’s different from Europe.”

“We usually go to have some delicious food, Ciqikou, Daxuecheng, Nansha, eating hotpot and Chongqing noodle.”

The spicy hotpot, or Huoguo in Chinese, is widely seen as the signature food that represents Chongqing’s food culture.

Boiled in a spicy broth in a simmering pot, ingredients are placed into the pot and are cooked at the table. Typical hot pot dishes include thinly sliced meat, leafy vegetables, mushrooms, tofu and seafood. The cooked food is usually eaten with a dipping sauce.

In Chongqing, the soup in the pot is always mixed with hot pepper oil and local spices to give a pungent, dense and heavy flavour.

The popularity of Chongqing hotpot can be seen from these numbers — there are currently over 26 thousand hot pot restaurants in the city, providing job opportunities for more than 500,000 people.

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