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So far Mark Lore has created 25 blog entries.

English Intern Teacher

Don't Miss Out on This Chance for a Paid Teaching Internship in Hangzhou! Job description English Intern teacher needed for an International School in Hangzhou. The school would like the applicant could be in position by the beginning of March 2018 or the beginning of September. The school is able to propose [...]

By |February 14th, 2018|Business in China, Internship China|0 Comments

Art, Drama or Dance Intern Teacher

Ready to Inspire Young Minds Through Art, Drama or Dance in Hangzhou?  Job Description Art Courses help to integrate personalized language learning with dance, drawing and drama. Courses provide an internationalized education and a platform for better communication and demonstration, as well as encouraging K12 students to express themselves creatively. The school [...]

By |February 14th, 2018|Business in China, Internship China|0 Comments

Science Intern Teacher

Exciting Paid Internship Opportunity to Teach Science in Hangzhou Job Description Science intern teachers are needed for an International School in Hangzhou. The school would like the applicant could be in position by the beginning of March 2018 or the beginning of September. The school is able to propose a 1-year contract [...]

By |February 14th, 2018|Business in China, Internship China|0 Comments

Sports (Soccer) Intern Teacher

Interested in A Paid Internship Teaching Soccer in Hangzhou? Job Description Sports (soccer) Intern teacher needed for an International School in Hangzhou. The school would like the applicant could be in position by the beginning of March 2018 or the beginning of September. The school is able to propose a 1-year contract [...]

By |February 14th, 2018|Business in China, Internship China|0 Comments

Spring Festival at a Glance

A Quick Guide to China's Most Important Holiday The Chinese New Year, known in Chinese as chūnjié 春节 (literally "Spring Festival") is fast approaching. Since it follows the traditional Chinese lunar calendar it's also sometimes known as the Lunar New Year. This is why every year it falls on a slightly different date according to the [...]