If you had asked me two and a half years ago whether I would still be teaching in China, I would probably have said you’re joking. Back then, I was an artist for a video games company – it was a fun job, the people were nice and it was something I genuinely enjoyed doing
It isn’t even Thanksgiving yet, and already the Christmas bug has taken over. Being a November baby, I focus more on my birthday and turkey, and think less about Christmas trees and Christmas albums.
If you’re considering moving abroad, you probably have a lot of questions about your future home. What are the people like? What will my apartment look like?
Deciding to learn a new language feels a lot like staring at a blank paper when you know you need to write 10 pages. It can seem overwhelming and insurmountably difficult, but it doesn’t have to be that way. You may think that moving to China means that you’ll pick up the language just by…