Hope you've managed to get your visas sorted and you're feeling excited about the upcoming adventure.
I am putting this out there as I want to connect with others who are starting to prepare to travel out like me or those who are already working in China. It's not long now before I start my journey to Guangzhou and it's both exciting and nerve-wracking. Definitely want to get to know some of you before I travel out.
Anyway, feel free to get in touch. It'll be…Continue
Hi, I'm Jess! If my visa documents stay on track I should be moving out to Beijing sometime in September. I'd like to do my research ahead of time so I'm not frantic for a place to stay when I get there. Can anyone out there give me advice on the best neighborhoods to look for an in an apartment in or an agent they'd recommend. Even general advice about the teaching hotel and my experience there will be like would be helpful.
Added by Jessica Lynn Pappas on July 26, 2017 at 3:20am — No Comments
My name is Kyla Bivins, and I am scheduled to move to Shanghai in mid to late August. (I am still waiting for my visa to process by the Chinese Gov, so I am not sure about the exact date).
I was wondering if anybody was looking for a house/suit/ room mate this upcoming school year?
Let me know :)
My email is Kyla.Bivins@aic.edu
Added by Kyla Bivins on July 11, 2017 at 5:40am — No Comments
Sometimes in life we face challenges, but do we be chicken about it and run or do we face the challenges, find solutions and grow our weaknesses into strengths. I feel the biggest challenge I am faced with at the moment is accepting that I am exposed to a new environment but I believe that one thing that should not have changed is work culture and standards. I believe every organization should hold the highest level of integrity, treat their employees fairly, show support, offer…Continue