Teach English in China

COMMUNITY

A sense of community is at the heart of what we do! Teaching English with us is full of friendship, social scenes and travel. You can’t fail to meet plenty of like-minded teachers! We know expat life becomes much more meaningful when you have a great circle of friends around you.

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DEVELOPMENT

We work hard to create a supportive workplace with a positive atmosphere from day one! From on-going workshops, training days and quarterly reviews, not to mention the wealth of knowledge our Senior Teachers and Academic Coordinators hold, we promise to nurture your career whichever stage you are at.

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SUPPORT

When you start to teach English in China, you get a free apartment and a whole team of staff waiting to help you. From visa applications to setting up bank accounts and getting your phone, we are with you every step of the way. You also have a dedicated administrator to help with any language barriers.

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Leaving China

Leaving China

The first time I left China it was for good. My wife and I worked as teachers at York English for over a year, and it was an incredible time. We travelled, made lifelong friends, had wild new experiences, and lived a type of carefree existence few will have the pleasure of knowing. We were…

Visiting Wuyishan | In Pictures

Visiting Wuyishan | In Pictures

To visit Wuyishan as a teacher at York English in Fuzhou, Changle and Xiamen has never been easier. Wuyishan scenic area, home to the famous Wuyi Mountain, is located in Fujian province just a train ride away from Fuzhou!

Christmas in China

Christmas in China

In recent years, the Christmas tradition as we know it has been slowly gaining popularity here in China. However, most people in China do not celebrate as people do in the West. In fact, most Chinese people do not celebrate Christmas at all, it’s not even a public holiday!

Yunnan Part Two

Yunnan Part Two

Yunnan part 2: Shangri-La – Yubeng Read Part One: Lijiang – Jade Peak – Yuhu here. The next morning we caught a bus North from Lijiang to Zhongdian (about 80 RMB), renamed XianGeLiLa (or for westerners, Shangri-La) by the Chinese government in 1997 in an effort to promote tourism to northern Yunnan, that was by…

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