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In this section, you’ll find a whole bunch of quality and informative articles to read about Teaching in China and also articles about life and getting by in China.

All of the articles were either written by our experienced team here at RAY English or by guest writers who have lived and taught in China or still continue to do so. If you are interested in joining our team of contributors, then you can send a message here.

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Teaching English to kindergarten children is now the fastest growing job type in China. What's more, for me, it's also the age where I personally get the most job satisfaction. If you are a creative person, who enjoys making things, painting things, inventing songs and getting your hands mucky; basically,…
If you are planning to visit to Xi'an and the surrounding areas and love the big outdoors, then hiking up Hua Shan Mountain should 100% be on your itinery.    Hua Shan is a major mountain and part of the Qinling mountain range, which provides a natural boundary between north…
How much money do ESL teachers make in China? This is actually a tricky question and there is a large amount of variation in teachers salary in different parts of China; a little like asking 'how long is a piece of string?'   In general, the salary of an ESL teacher in…
As an ESL teacher I often try to think of new ways to capture the attention of my students and keep their interest and enthusiasm levels as high as possible. I have always been fond of using songs in my lessons to not only teach vocabulary but also to teach…
So, you've decided that you want to become a qualified TEFL teacher? Maybe you have a love for language, training and working with people, need to get certified for your visa application or perhaps you want to pack up your stuff and see the world, whatever your reason for teaching…
Ways of Teaching the Alphabet with ABC Flashcards   With 48 young students in a big class, I was thinking are there any activities which involve all the students while teaching them the alphabet. All I have to use are basically flashcards and the ABC book. Teaching the alphabet with…
An 'Open Door' lesson is an opportunity for your children’s parents to view a regular class which showcases what the children have learned highlighting the standard class structure.  'Open Door' classes are usually rated by the parents and can have a dramatic effect for your pay and review if done…
Ordering Chinese food in China can be extremely difficult for most people coming to live or travel in China. Whether you are an English teacher living and teaching in China, or you are planning a holiday to China, the chances are that at some point you are going to be…
I never believed in Santa Clause. The story was illogical. Even if reindeer did fly, how could one man single-handedly land on the rooftop of every child’s house across the world in one night, squeeze down their chimneys, and leave presents for the good ones? Even with the time lag…
To become innovative, we need to look at the situation from a new angle, never used before. There are thousands of English Language Training Centers (LTCs) in China using a multitude of different methods for teaching English with a rather limited success. I believe that there are a couple reasons…
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