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Would you like to teach English and Esperanto in China?

by Machjo, May 22, 2005

Messages: 3

Language: English

Machjo (User's profile) May 22, 2005, 3:12:33 PM

If so, and you have completed your compulsory education, possess native-like fluency in English, and a good level of fluency in Esperanto, I might be able to help you.  Usually the minimum requirement is a TESOL certificate, with a bachelors or post-graduate degree being preferable.  Due to a shortage of qualified teachers in China, some schools are sometimes prepared to teach the teachers themselves.  You can also find more in formation at:


If interested, please let me know by e-mailing me at:

You can also find more information about me at:


spirita (User's profile) December 15, 2005, 9:58:11 AM

oh really? willing

Senlando (User's profile) January 26, 2006, 8:00:32 PM

awsome. i always wanted to visit china. it would be a perfect job for me because grew up in taiwan and so i already speak mandrain. my parents are canadian and so i speak english as a native speaker. also, from the age of 12-18 i taught english as a second language to some taiwanese students. i've been to busy to study esperanto latly but this summer i am going to the clagary esperanto center to learn it fluently.

my only question is what are the educational requierments to at your school, or in china?


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