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What it’s like to permanently resettle in China [expat interview]

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What it’s like to permanently resettle in China [expat interview]

A great interview with Jon Zatkin. In it he reinforces our opinion that you cannot become Chinese, even after 25 years in China as expat. Enjoy. What it’s like to permanently resettle in China [interview] (via Matador Network) Jon Zatkin was an American citizen who lived in Beijing, China, for over 25 years. Fluent in […]

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China Expat Beginner’s Guide – Adaptation

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China Expat Beginner’s Guide – Adaptation

We all can agree, that being expat in China is not simple.  In this part of the guide we look at our process of adaptation to China and its people. It doesn’t meter for how long you will live here, 10 years or just one year. It also doesn’t meter whether you know Mandarin or you know just […]

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Chinese teaching growing in US

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Chinese teaching growing in US

Here it comes. Our opinion is, that we all sooner or later will need to learn Chinese language. So you’d better start today Chinese teaching growing in US, helped by Beijing (via AFP) Susan Wang couldn’t speak English when she arrived in California from Taiwan, aged 16. Now 49, she heads a school offering US […]

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