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Teaching Jobs In Shanghai - Teaching Nomad

Shanghai is a modern, exciting city with the largest expat population in mainland China, as well as an abundance of teaching jobs. Shanghai is also the ideal teaching location for those that are interested in meeting people from all over the world.

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Banking in China Guide - Teaching Nomad

Posted: (0 seconds ago) Jul 27, 2016  · To use these apps, you need to have a Chinese bank account set up. Most transactions use QR codes that you scan with your phone. A few clicks now suffice to send/receive money to/from anybody with a Wechat/Alipay account. This comes in handy to split restaurant bills, pay for goods and services, pay bills online, give money to friends, purchase ...

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Nine Reasons Why Living in China is the Best! - Teaching Nomad

Posted: (0 seconds ago) Oct 09, 2017  · For example, now there are apps to help you talk Chinese to taxi drivers, back 10 years ago that just did not exist. On the news though, we are constantly hearing about the negative aspects of life living in a number of cities in China, namely the high levels of pollution and the negative effects it is having on people’s general health.

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10 Benefits of Learning a New Language - Teaching Nomad

Posted: (0 seconds ago) Sep 04, 2018  · Take your time, and learn at your own pace! Everyone learns differently, and there are a ton of great language learning apps/programs out there that let you go at your own pace. Learning a new language isn’t always easy, but these apps will keep you on track and give you some structure. Advantages of learning a foreign language: 1.

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Teach Abroad or in the U.S.- Teaching Nomad

Posted: (0 seconds ago) Teaching Nomad’s online TEFL course was a lifesaver. I opted to do the instructorless option. I was able to go at my own speed and did not have to attend online lectures. This was key as I …

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Living in China - Teaching Nomad

Posted: (0 seconds ago) Apart from living on the other side of the world, you’ll have to adjust to different standards and apps to use. Wechat is your one-stop-shop app for everything. From messaging, group chat, calling a taxi, and even translation, Wechat is by far your most useful resource while in China.

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7 Great China Apps for Expats - Teaching Nomad

Posted: (0 seconds ago) Pleco – Available for Apple and Android devices! Whether you are coming to China just for the … City Fu. This app helps you find out about all the best places to go out, see, eat, shop and drink, as … Shanghai Taxi Guide. You might not know this yet, but public transportation in Shanghai stops … WeChat. WeChat is quickly becoming the most popular social media/insta-messaging app in China … China Trains. As you probably know by now, travelling around China by train is very cheap and … Indulge Smart. The Best App to discover the best local restaurants in your area sorted by cuisine, … Uber. Similar to the Taxi App, but a more upscale option. All the payments are processed online so … See full list on teachingnomad.com

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5 Easy Ways to Save and Make Money Before Going Abroad ...

Posted: (0 seconds ago) It’s easier than you think. If you’re no good with numbers, there’s a range of apps that can do the financial heavy lifting for you. Take Mint for example. The app provides an overview of your money, making it simple to monitor your activity. At the end of the week, take some time to look over your expenditures for the past 7 days.

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Air Pollution in China - Teaching Nomad

Posted: (0 seconds ago) Jul 27, 2016  · 3. Use air quality monitoring apps. There are plenty of apps on the market, such as China Air Quality Index, Air Quality Shanghai, and Air Visual. These provide Air Quality Index (AQI) measurements. Checking these before leaving your home for the day is always a good idea, that way, you know if you need to wear a mask. 4.

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Do I Need to Speak Mandarin to Teach English in China ...

Posted: (0 seconds ago) Dec 05, 2019  · The short answer is — no, you don’t need to speak Mandarin to teach English in China! That being said, knowing some basic phrases and words will help you get by in your day-to-day life.. This is a very popular question that people ask when thinking about teaching abroad in China.Most would be surprised that you don’t actually need to be fluent in Mandarin to teach in China – in fact ...

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5 Easy Ways to Save and Make Money Before Going Abroad ...

Posted: (0 seconds ago) Dec 12, 2018  · It’s easier than you think. If you’re no good with numbers, there's a range of apps that can do the financial heavy lifting for you. Take Mint for example. The app provides an overview of your money, making it simple to monitor your activity. Why pay …

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5 things you didn’t know about WeChat - Teaching Nomad

Posted: (0 seconds ago) Aug 05, 2014  · For those of you already teaching in China, you will know exactly what WeChat is, and chances are you will have used it dozens of times today. For those of you who are soon going to be joining us over here, I recommend that you download the app now… and get ready to transform the way you communicate to your friends, family, colleagues and manage your social media.

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Shanghai Classroom TEFL Course FAQ - Teaching Nomad

Posted: (0 seconds ago) One of many apps with the same function; use this to navigate Shanghai’s efficient and crucial metro subway system. China Air Quality Index While Beijing is the world’s top dog for pollution notoriety, Shanghai is not far behind.

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Preparing for Asia - Things Westerners Won't Be Used To ...

Posted: (0 seconds ago) CNN also recommends being extra careful when it comes to hailing taxis also recommends being extra careful when it comes to hailing taxis by insisting on using the meter or by hailing cabs through new booking apps that help drivers be more accountable. Cultural nuances

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