For anyone who wants to take their life in a new, exciting and entirely beneficial direction, an internship in China should be the first thing that comes to mind. Many people are already aware of the many aspects that make China a great choice for living and working. For those who are still new to it all, read on to find out just what it is that makes an internship in China such a great idea.
The Chinese yuan remains the most overvalued currency in the world, narrowly edging out the Swiss franc and Israeli shekel for that both coveted and unwanted title.
The rise of a drinking culture at Chinese social gatherings, along with increased disposable income among younger consumers, will mean the Chinese spirits market will grow at a compound annual rate of 15% until 2021, according to GlobalData.
Cricket fighting has been popular in China for thousands of years, and with the country in full economic boom, fans of the “sport” are investing more money into it than ever before. One town in particular has built an entire industry around the genetically-superior crickets living in the surrounding fields, and for good reason, as the best specimens can reportedly sell for up to 50,000 yuan ($7,661).
If you are considering an internship in China, you will need to think what kind of visa you need to have for the internship. Here I listed 4 types of visas for undergraduates and graduates from local Chinese university or abroad universities and for a Special group of students “ French” to do internship in China.
In order to thoroughly implement The Eight Rules of the Central Committee, the Ministry of Transport, in accordance with the regulations and relevant system requirements of the law, recently sent to the subordinate units, ministries and departments the official communication about the alcohol ban.
Guo Nana, 21, is a senior at Shandong University of Technology. In August of 2016, she lived for one month in Cambodia to intern at a non-government organization called E-tuk Education. The student told the Global Times that she hoped this experience could expand her world vision while also add a highlight to her resume.
Chinese tourists are spending more money on upgraded travel experiences when they go abroad, and more people are willing to take in-depth, individualized and customized trips, according to a report released this week by the China Tourism Academy and Ctrip.com travel agency.
Meet Holly, who began her TEFL career on the China internship, during which time she was teaching English in China. Read on to find out why globe-trotting Holly decided on travelling to China to teach English abroad and why she’s pleasantly surprised by the music scene in Guanzhuang.
An essay titled “A Monthly Salary of 30,000 RMB Is Not Enough for a Child’s Summer Holiday” has recently gone viral on Chinese social media, triggering hot debates on how more and more Chinese parents spend huge amounts of money to educate their children during school holidays.