Here's a few apps that can get you started living in China
In early June, Educational Ambassadors, host schools, and local Education Bureau representatives gathered together in Cangnan (苍南).
A look into the benefits of the AYC program
Bank transfers, demand drafts, or third-party assistance... there's a few different ways to do it. Here's how to get money from your Chinese bank account to your Western one.
I stumbled across Expat Sandwich, a show about Americans’ experience abroad, the good the bad and the ugly. I was swept away, listening to a young woman who owns a farm in Ecuador, a lawyer in Russia, and a blogger in Germany.
Naturally, as a young professional in China, I wanted to take part.
"the private market for English lessons in China has now reached an estimated 3.1 billion dollars"
"My name is Sarah Minkoff and I was part of the 2014-2015 AYC cohort....Ameson Year in China opened up a whole new world for me. I gained confidence in my self and achieved things I never would have dreamed I could."
While I may not be able to spare you all aches, here’s 9 things I wish professors, young professionals, and friends told me about the real job market and life after college.
Learning Chinese, a non-romance language, can seem like a daunting task. But in many respects, Chinese is actually easier to learn than English!
Here's the skinny on Chinese, and why you should learn one of the oldest and prettiest languages:
What I learned while teaching abroad.
This post has given you a better understanding of your role as an AYC English teacher and what you should expect next year in the classroom.
Here's a collection of information, answers to common questions, important links, and more for new AYCers to refer to as they prepare for their stay in China.
A benefit of working in China is that your income won't be taxed! Here's how to file.
Sometimes plans don’t always go the way you would have expected. That’s how my story begins.
These members of Congress lauded this year’s educational ambassadors for their leadership, commitment to service, and commitment to building mutual understanding and strengthening people-to-people relations between the United States and China.
How do you balance your packing list by packing light and bringing over important items?
A clear theme emerged from several speeches, an informative panel discussion, and many lively dinner conversations: The AYC experience is life changing.