teach English in Beijing

Teach English in Beijing

There is always something unique to discover, whether exploring the forgotten corners of the Forbidden Palace or trying the newest bar in Houhai neighbourhood.

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The Capital of China

From old hutong alleyways to the modern architecture of downtown, the city teems with energy and encourages fascination. A single day is filled with great experiences. In the morning, you can join locals doing tai chi in the parks next to the Temple of Heaven. After lunch, explore Tiananmen Square. Top it all off with a Peking Duck dinner from one of Beijing’s famous restaurants.

There are plenty of easy ways for people to make Beijing their home. Apartments are modern and clean. Western-style grocery stores are found in every neighbourhood, nicely complementing the local markets.

Why teach English in Beijing?

There are many ways to see the Great Wall near Beijing. Strolling along Mutianyu or hiking between Simitai and Jinshanling are two popular options

The 2008 Summer Olympics were held in Beijing. Visitors can still visit the park, where the Bird’s Nest stadium and Water Cube highlight China’s push towards the future

The Summer Palace is one of Beijing’s famous attractions for its lakeside monuments and beautiful scenery. It is the largest royal park in China

Tiananmen is the world’s largest square and can fit nearly 1 million people onto its space.

The Lama Temple, a functioning Buddhist religious site, is the second-most important shrine besides the Potola Palace in Tibet

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