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Yingtao Li, Dean of School of College English Education (Jilin Huaqiao University)

Mr. Li is an English Professor who teaches undergraduate and graduate students. His research field is Foreign language education and teaching.   Walk us through your typical day. I am not only the director of international office –  I am also Dean of College English School. So to me, first I have to contact with partners to discuss the cooperation

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Professor Stephen F. Myler PhD (Psych)

Professor Stephen F. Myler (UK) is a Clinical Psychologist who  has been living in China since 2003. How would you describe what you do? This is not as straight forward as you might suppose, firstly I see mental health patients as a consultant in several hospitals or clinics, secondly I see employees under the EAP schemes (employee assistance programs) for

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Welcome to week 1

Week 1 of The New Semester  The first day back to school in China means that you’ll have 90 minutes to get to know your students and present your syllabus, teaching materials and your course outcomes. It is helpful if you can introduce yourself as an educator and provide an insight into how you’ll teach the class and what

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Henry Li, attorney at law (Yingke International Law Firm)

Henry Li started his legal career in 2007. He is experienced in dealing with foreign-related legal cases, like foreign investment in China, counseling for foreign-invested companies, international trade (contracts, LC, LG and dispute resolution), Maritime and Admiralty cases, international marriage cases and foreign-related IPR protection. How would you explain the biggest differences between Chinese and Western legal system(s)

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Zhao Xiaoguang, Associate Professor and Dean of Western Languages Department at Boda College of JNU

Could you introduce yourself to our readers? I’m Zhao Xiaoguang and am presently working in two universities in China. One is public, the other is private. I’ve taught English major students and non-English major students; pre-service English teachers and in-service English teachers. My Ph.D. dissertation is on junior middle school English teachers’ knowledge. These working and education experiences help

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University Jobs in China: An Overview

Over recent decades, the People’s Republic of China has developed at a truly astonishing rate. Following the government’s decision to reform its failing centrally-planned economy and open up to the free world, the country has grown from an inefficient and insular nation to a global economic and political powerhouse. As well as maintaining record-breaking GDP growth for the last 30

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3 WAYS TO MASTER WECHAT

Author: Jake.Spon For most foreigners who work in or visit China, it can be easily noticed that despite the regulation set by the government of China upon the internet, China has already established its very own internet system. Having the experience of associating with many foreign friends and being a Chinese native, it has come to my attention that most

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TEACHING ENGLISH WRITING IN CHINA PART II

Author: Maria Lourens, lecturer and an author, teaches English Writing at South China University of Technology. LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/maria-lourens-4b63706a/ I was asked to write an article or give my thoughts on teaching English in China which many people commented on and I am grateful for any criticism and especially helpful ideas. I arrived in China with the usual Western arrogance:

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