Abie English has nearly 300 centers in 100 cities across 27 provinces.
ABIE insists that each ABIEr do everything possible for the children. Asking ‘What can we do better’ extends to all aspects of life at ABIE. Providing quality resources to aid children in achieving their goals begins with striving to fulfill our own potential.
ABIE firmly believes that in this age of innovation and challenge, as long as we follow the correct learning philosophy, we can help children to become 21st century citizens and “Speak Like American Born.”
|Teaching Hours Per Week||25 hours|
|Office Hours per Week||15 hours|
|Total Working Hours per Week||No more than 40|
|Working Days Per Week||5|
|Student Age Group|
|Duration of Each Class||40-60 min|
|Contract Length||1 year|
|Start Time||As soon as possible|
|Location||1 Hangzhou (Zhejiang), 2 Wenzhou (Zhejiang), 3 luzhou (Sichuan), 4 Qingzhou (Shandong), 5 Wuhan (Hubei) 6 Jinan(Henan)|
|Foreign Teachers Requirements|
|English level||Native English Proficiency|
|Degree||Bachelors or Masters degree|
|Terms of Employment|
|Visa reimbursement||500 CNY per month|
|Flight reimbursement||5,000 CNY|
|Medical insurance||Provided (speak to school representative for full details)|
|Utility (Electricity, Water, Internet)||Paid by employee|
|Over Work Allowance||Yes|
|Paid Holidays||4 days|
|Visa||Work permit provided and visa guidance offered|
|Period of probation||1 month, 1000 CNY less than salary|
City introduction: Hangzhou
Hangzhou is the capital of Zhejiang province and it’s a political, economic and cultural center. It is located in the Eastern China. With its famous natural beauty and cultural heritages, Hangzhou is one of the most important tourist venues in China. Hangzhou covers a total area of 16596 square kilometers, with a population of 6.08 million, including 683 square kilometers of city proper area and city population of 1.69 million people.
Hangzhou is a modern city in a classic Chinese setting. The city hums with activities and an endless flow of traffic, signs of its place in the 21st century, while the beautiful West Lake lies peacefully at the heart of all commotion, soothing the senses.
Hangzhou is one of the seven capitals of ancient China. The city is also the Southern end of the Beijing-Hangzhou Grand Canal, the longest canal ever built in the world. Find out more about the city’s history which dates back 5,000 years, or immerse yourself in the cultural heritage by sitting back and relaxing with a cup of exquisite West Lake Longjing Tea.
City introduction: Wuhan
Wuhan (Chinese: 武汉; traditional Chinese: 武漢) is the capital of Hubei province, People’s Republic of China. It’s the most populous city in Central China, and one of the nine National Central Cities of China. It lies in the Eastern Jianghan Plain on the middle reaches of the Yangtze River’s intersection with the Han river. Arising out of the conglomeration of three cities, Wuchang, Hankou, and Hanyang, Wuhan is known as ‘China’s Thoroughfare’ [zh]; it is a major transportation hub, with dozens of railways, roads and expressways passing through the city and connecting to other major cities. Because of its key role in domestic transportation, Wuhan is sometimes referred to as “the Chicago of China” by foreign sources.
City introduction: Wenzhou
Wenzhou (Chinese: 温州) is a prefecture-level city in Southeastern Zhejiang province in the People’s Republic of China. Wenzhou is located at the extreme South East of Zhejiang Province with its borders connecting to Lishui on the West, Taizhou on the North, and Fujian to the South. It is surrounded by mountains, the East China Sea, and 436 islands, while its lowlands are almost entirely along its East China Sea coast, which is nearly 355 kilometres (221 miles) long. Most of Wenzhou’s area is mountainous as almost 76 percent of its 11,784-square-kilometre (4,550 sq mi) surface area is classified as mountains and hills. It is said that Wenzhou has 7/10 mountains, 1/10 water, and 2/10 farmland. At the time of the 2010 Chinese census, 3,039,500 people lived in Wenzhou’s urban area; the area under its jurisdiction (which includes two satellite cities and six counties) held a population of 9,122,100 of which 31.16% are non-local residents from outside of Wenzhou.
City introduction: Luzhou
Chinese Name: 泸州市 (lú zhōu shì)
Location: Luzhou stands in the Southeast of Sichuan Province, at the convergence of Sichuan, Chongqing, Yunnan and Guizhou. It is bordered by Chongqing and Chengdu in the East and the North. It also shares boundaries in the South with Guizhou Province and in the West with Yunnan Province. The distance from the city to Chongqing and Chengdu is 177 and 263 kilometers (109 and 163 miles), respectively.
City introduction: Qingzhou
Qingzhou (Chinese: 青州; pinyin: Qīngzhōu), formerly Yidu County (益都县), is a county-level city, which is located in the West of the prefecture-level city of Weifang, in the central part of Shandong Province, China. Qingzhou is a dynamic industry city, and also grows a great number of farm products. The local government holds an open policy of introduction of foreign capital, and has established strong business relationships with more than fifty countries and regions.
Jinan City in Shandong introduction
Jinan (济南 Jǐnán) is the provincial capital of Shandong in the People’s Republic of China. It is located in the North-West of the province. In the South the city is flanked by the hills of The Tai’an massif, while the Yellow River passes North of the city.
Jinan carries the nickname City of Springs (泉城 quánchéng) because of the many artesian wells that bubble up within the city limits. The water from these springs flows North towards the main landmark, Daming Lake (大明湖 dàmíng hú), and onwards to the Yellow River.
While it doesn’t always make the short list of tourists visiting China, there is certainly enough to be done in Jinan to warrant a couple of days stay. You can visit the best parks and springs in a day trip from Beijing. It is also a perfect base for exploring the region, notably Qufu, the hometown of Confucius, and Mount Tai, the foremost of the sacred Five Great Mountains known in Taoism.