We have been helping candidates find the perfect English teaching placement in China for over 20 years. As part of SEAIE under the Education Department of Sichuan Province, we work with some of the best schools and have created a network of public schools from kindergarten, primary and secondary schools, colleges to universities. We also represent some of the most reputable private schools. With our experience and expertise, we know TEFL / TESOL in China by heart and pride ourselves of keeping up to date with the latest developments.
SEAIE – Sichuan Education
Association for International Exchange
Sichuan Education Association for International Exchange (SEAIE) is a provincial organization directly under the leadership and guidance of the Education Department of Sichuan Province with its primary missions to promote education exchange and cooperation among colleges, schools and other educational organization in Sichuan and counterparts in other countries and regions. It explores and develops appropriate projects, and provides help and supports for internationalization of education in the whole province. It has formed a close and wide network with Chinese institutions and schools in Sichuan. The focus is on students and teachers mobility.
Adam is the BBC in the team (British Born Chinese). He knows exactly what our teachers are going through because he did teach English in China himself with TeachDiscoverChina. A man who speaks fluent social media and of many interests, coming from a film and media background from the John Moores University in Liverpool. He is looking to use his storytelling skills to provide the Western perspective on TEFL teaching and share his China experience. Responsible for managing social media and content creation.
Studied public service management in Nanchong, Sichuan and now helps English teachers to find the perfect school in China. As a proud mom of a gorgeous little baby boy, who is her absolute joy and everything else, Elvin loves to see when our teachers are happy with their school. She loves traveling in and outside of China and is an expert of gourmet food – She will food-guide you through everything there is to know and probably a bit more about Sichuan cuisine.
Received her BA in 2002 and was working in Beijing for several years as a course consultant in an English training center. Because she heard that Sichuan is the best place to live with the nicest and most laid-back people in the whole wide China, she decided to relocate to Chengdu in 2012. And she has not regretted that decision once, as it is true – Sichuan is the best. She has two lovely daughters who are her world and in terms of culinary finesse, she can’t resist lobster.
Ocean loves languages and is eager to learn from locals. She is fluent in English, learning Spanish and of course some Chinese dialects. She is the student you would love to have as a teacher and hang out with after class. Before joining Teach Discover China, she managed a language school, combining her love for languages and helping people. She is an independent woman and traveler and just finished cycling around Lugu Lake, Qinghai Lake, and Hainan Island, etc. She loves everyone and everything in the world except umbrellas (she loves to sing in the rain) and bananas (because they are way too sweet).
Has received her Master of International Relations at the University of Melbourne. Before going to Australia, she completed a Bachelors degree at the Beijing Language and Culture University which is also called ‘Mini United Nations’ for its diverse international students. Because Olivia likes to make friends from all over the world, she is pursuing a career in international education and cross-cultural communication. Before she also did teach English teacher in China and Australia. In addition, Olivia loves to watch films and write reviews. She once worked as a subtitle producer and translator for English movies and TV series. Her passions also include reading, drawing, swimming, and yoga.
Got his Master in politics from the FU in Berlin/Germany before working in London/UK. First as a researcher then as a partner in an educational consultancy – he also worked as a German teacher in the Philippines. So far, he lived in Germany, UK, Ireland, Philippines and now China. Favorite food in China is Maozai – pick and mix your ingredients (if you happen to be a vegetarian it’s the best way to find veggies only) and then its brewed it in a soup (mild or spicy) – sit at the restaurant or outside with some friends and beer – perfection. He used to be a competitive Chessboxer (yes, it is a thing: a real sport combining Chess and Boxing – official website).
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