TEFL China Blog – Teach English in China
TEFL China blog
In our very own TEFL China blog, we write about everything TEFL China. What moves and interest the team of TDC. Topics which we think are of interest for everyone involved in teaching English in China as well as our social program. Please let us know what topics you would like to read more about!
As several companies and countries readying covid-vaccines, more and more experts are cautiously optimistic that international travel will be back to normal soon.
4 Chinese Covid-19 vaccines are in its final testing phase before being going public. Let’s hope we will see an end to this pandemic soon. ‘Jai yo!’
The Qing dynasty is arguably the best and the worst for China. Read here why!
A lesson plan for ‘days of the week’ and questions “When is your/his/her …?” Aimed at young learners.
No matter if you are new or a seasoned Chengdu resident. There is always more to see in Chengdu. Check out these three new streets here!
China is for the first time completely conquered by the Mongols 1279, who establish the Yuan dynasty. Within 100 years they will get thrown out by Ming.
TDC Social program: A trip to Wawu mountain in Sichuan province – part of the Sichuan golden triangle. Read more here!
Chinese girls and boys dressed in ancient costumes from a few thousand years ago – Hanfu! Lean more about it here!
The short-lived Sui (581 – 618 BCE) paves the way for one of the most successful Chinese dynasties, the Tang dynasty (618 BCE – 907 CE).
China is probably one of the best places to teach English abroad. Find out why…
The Qin dynasty (221-206 BC) unified China for the first time in Chinese history. Under the Han (206 BC – 220 AD), as the 2nd imperial dynasty, China saw a ‘golden age’.
Which Chinese festivals you need to know as a TEFL China teacher? Find out our top 7 pick here!
Yao, Shun, and Yu are the 3 legendary rulers of early China – improving Chinese society. Read more in our post!