FREE ADVICE
Browse Our Travel Ads
Receive Our Newsletter
Use Our Search Engine
Discover Hermail.Net
Where's Journeywoman?
 
BEST SHE CAN BE
 
JUST FOR HER
Her Travel Tales
Her Cities of the World
She Travels Solo
She Loves to Cruise
The Older Adventuress
She Travels to Learn
Her EcoAdventures
She's a Biz Traveller
She Shops the World
She Travels with Kids
GirlTalk Cyberguides
 
THINGS SHE LOVES
Men Have Their Say
Travel Love Stories
Tour Guides Worldwide
Restaurants Worldwide
Books She Suggests
We Love Our Sponsors
 
HEALTH & WELLNESS
She Visits Spas
JourneyDoctor Advice
 
CONTACT US
Letter to the Editor
Send a travel tip
Media request
Speaking Engagements
Want to Advertise?
 
LINKS
Bloggers We Recommend



 

Search Engine

 

She's Culturally Correct in China

 

Asia For Women on BusinessAsia for Women on Business

For American and European professional women, doing business in Asia is no simple matter. This how-to book clearly and concisely covers every aspect of the Asian business experience, from jet lag to protocol to after-hours socializing. Checklists summarize winning strategies for handling all manner of situations, and the authors give specific information and advice for Asia's "Four Tigers," Hong Kong, Taiwan, Singapore and South Korea. An excellent resource for the female road warrior!


Teaching English as a second language...

Eva Lynne explains that there are usually several teaching positions available for qualified, adventurous, travelling women at the Gateway Language Village in Zhuhai, China (http://www.glvchina.com). These include:

ESL Teaching positions with every age, ethnicity, and experience welcome.

Communication Assistant positions available for women ages of 18 +. This position is for a gregarious personality who can facilitate conversation between themselves and Chinese students for the evening English Corner program. This position also helps coordinate outings with Chinese students on weekends. Other duties may include but not be limited to occasional teaching (depending upon experience) and special short term projects.

Intern Positions available. This position is for the purpose of heading up certain projects (to be decided between you and the management team) and for a certain period of time (to be determined by the length and complexity of your project chosen).

Paid Volunteer Position. This position is for someone who wants to come to China and work in a school for a period of three months as a paid volunteer learning about Chinese culture and teaching. Duties vary with age and experience of volunteer. Some people come and work as a volunteer for three months while searching the Chinese job market for teaching positions.

Readers are welcome to contact Eva Lynne directly at her e-mail address (evalynne2001@yahoo.com) for more information or they can check the school website at: http://www.glvchina.com/.

Eva writes: "There are so few things parents of 18-19 year old teens can do together, but this is a great prospect for that. I have two grown daughters of my own. This is a perfect chance for a mother and daughter to have a three-month experience working together either in the same position or same school and different positions -- depending on the personalities involved."

Ed. note: Journeywoman.com has never visited or researched this school and therefore cannot provide any background. We suggest that interested applicants connect via e-mail with women who have already worked there -- first-hand reports are usually very helpful.

 

 

 

 

Back to GirlTalk China...

Home

 
     

free newsletter | gal-friendly city sites | go-alone travel tips | love stories
travel classifieds | ms. biz | journey doctor | women's travel tales | she goes shopping
what should I wear? | letters to the editor | the older adventuress | travel 101 | girl talk guides
women helping women travel | her spa stop | her ecoadventures | best books
travel with kiddies | shopping | cruise holidays | awards and kudos | home|
search engine