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Easter Fun! Teach Abroad Our TEFL teachers had fun this Easter putting on an Easter Arts and Craft day followed by a giant Easter egg hunt! As you can see from the pictures their students had just as much fun! Don’t miss out on an exciting opportunity to travel and teach abroad! Our dedicated staff at F&Y Consultant can turn your dream job into a reality and help you take the step to teach English […]
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Chinese New Year! The extravaganza of the Chinese New Year is approaching! Many of us saw the New Year in at the stroke of midnight on January 31st. However, the Chinese New Year depends on the Lunar calendar, meaning a celebration on a different day each year (often from January 31st to February 20th.) This year it is the Lucky year of the dog. Throughout this Blog we will take you through the Chinese New […]
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Chinese Valentine’s Day Valentine’s Day is known as “Qi Xi Festival” falls on August 28th this year in China. The celebration takes place on the 7th day of the 7th month in the lunar calendar, and is depicted from an ancient Chinese fairy tale, dating back to more than 2000 years during the Han Dynasty.[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row]
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A Great Night Out In Beijing A Great Night Out In Beijing Teaching English in China is not just about working abroad! It’s about having the amazing chance to experience life as a Chinese local, in all it’s forms, including socialising and exploring China’s en-captivating night life! This blog will focus on the busting bright neon-lit streets of Beijing!
Theresa May Unveils New Education Deal With China Theresa May has announced a new education deal with China, since her latest visit regarding the negotiations “to boost trade and investment after Brexit”. The initiative of the education deal is the extension of a Maths teacher exchange programme and a new campaign to promote English language teaching across China, executed by foreign teachers, especially those with British citizenship.