Teach Abroad Blog
Foreign Nationals Holding Valid Chinese Residence Permits Can Return to China
Read the latest update on foreign nationals returning to China.
Transferring Money From China to a Foreign Country
Learn how to transfer money from China to your a financial institution in another country.
Teaching in a Hagwon – Things to Know
Hagwons are very popular among foreign teachers. It’s important to understand what teaching in a Hagwon in South Korea is like and why teachers enjoy them!
9 Weird and Interesting Foods You’ll Find in China
Whether you’re a foodie or you’re a picky eater, it’s important to know what kind of foods you might be coming across in another country. If you’re living in a city like Shanghai, Beijing, etc., you’ll have access to pretty much all of the foods you’re used to, but you’ll also find some foods that may seem weird to you.
Basic Food Terms and Phrases in Mandarin
Being able to recognize a few basic terms and phrases in Mandarin will help you out tremendously when you move to China.
Teaching Abroad with a Pre-Existing Medical Condition
If you’re living with a chronic or pre-existing medical condition, it’ll be very important for you to figure out how it’s going to affect your plans to teach abroad.