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Teaching in Beihai, Guangxi, China
Oct 29, 2009 22:48
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GUEST45194 Does anyone have any information about hiring someone to teach a girl that lives in a foster home some English? We are adopting a 10 year old and would love to get her a little exposure to English. We're told she's in a foster home out of the Beihai SWI. Thanks!
Jul 1, 2010 20:36
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GUEST99140 HELLO JOHN,

I Came across your message about teaching in Guangxi. Is it possible to get a teaching post without a degree? I have two tefl certificates, will they be enough to get a post?

Victor
Jul 2, 2010 02:27
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Hi..How would you like to teach english on Hainan Island?...email me hotmail.com|maybaby808
Jul 26, 2010 02:41
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GUEST24148 Yes it is possible to get a position without a degree. Mine was incomplete when I started teaching in Beihai. I just had TEFL.
Dec 10, 2010 13:57
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Is there anyone who in now living in Beihai as of today that maybe able to help me or answer a few questions if so please email me at hotmail.com|rcf4 so I can ask a few questions. Thank You Randy Fite
Feb 3, 2011 03:58
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GUEST21678 Hi,
Our adopted son is originally from Beihai. We are planning to visit Beihai this summer and he really wants to leave a message for his birthparents, who are unknown to us. Is there a way to put an ad in a local paper, and is anyone willing to help us with this?

Regards, Jet
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Nov 7, 2012 04:17
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GUEST48113 I am also moving to beihai to teach English. I have type one diabetes and I am wondering if you can get lantus and humalog insulins there I currently live in beijing but the Russian winters are a ball ach
Mar 30, 2013 14:23
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GUEST28199 Dear,

I am a spanish teacher who is studying a master's degree called Chinese Studies in Barcelona and I would like to improve my chinese studying in Beihai and working as a teacher (spanish or english) next september. So, if you have any information about it, please let me know it. Thank you very much and I am so sorry for any inconvenience.
My email gmail.com|ezaeraa

Sincerely,

Eva
Sep 20, 2013 00:43
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GUEST52841 hi there, I am a Chinese from Singapore and I am planning to move to beihai next yr. I hv no degree but would I be able to make a living there ?


Thanks.
Soon
Sep 20, 2013 00:45
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GUEST52841 hi there, I am a Chinese from Singapore and I am planning to move to beihai next yr. I hv no degree but would I be able to make a living there ?


Thanks.
Soon
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