Our Blog is Top Rated!

We are thrilled that we have been selected to be as one of the top 35 teaching in China blogs, websites and newsletters to follow in 2018 from Feedspot. We are currently ranked at number 3 at the time of this post. The F&Y team aspire to be your destination for news and information about teaching English in China. You can find out further information about ranking, click here

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My first few weeks in China

One of our candidates has arrived in China to start her year-long contract teaching English with one the schools that we have partnered with. Sarah has shared some of her experience since she’s arrived. I have arrived in Changchun, Northeast China and my first impression is that the people welcoming, I enjoyed the welcoming dinners, and seeing all the sites of Changchun was truly amazing. It has been a long road, from the initial interview […]

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Happy Teacher’s Day from F&Y Consultant

It’s teacher’s day in China today  This day in China is a national holiday, where the communities hold meetings and festival events for teachers. There are usually awards ceremonies and pupils give flowers and gifts to their mentors. It’s a day where thousands of schoolchildren and students thank their teachers for their important work. Today is interestingly a day that many former students will go back to their old primary schools, middle schools and high schools to give […]

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How to spark your students imagination for better learning

This is a fantastic talk by Ramsey Musallam, a Chemistry teacher who has some great ideas on learning. After a life-threatening event, Musallam came to the conclusion on how to teach his students better.     Teaching English as a subject is different than teaching chemistry but the fundamental message in this talk about trial, error and intense reflection is a great way to learn. Find out more about teaching in China: Click here

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Experience in Changsha from one of our teachers

Changsha sits at the northeast of Hunan Province in south-central China. It’s known for having a warm climate and is the economic and political capital of Hunan province. Spending some time here I found that the Autumn and Spring seasons in Changsha seem to be very short. Spring lasts around 2-3 weeks which I’ve never experienced before and then the Summer can be very warm and humid.  The autumn is also was pretty much the […]

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