Tag Archives: Sapore di Cina

Day trip to Zhuhai, Guangdong

We don’t have the ability to hire a car in China – an international driving license means nothing here – so we are limited with our options for day trips whilst working in Shenzhen.

We’ve explored our temporary “hometown” and wanted to venture a little further afield. I was surprised to hear from one of my students, that the much smaller coastal city of Zhuhai, could be reached within an hour by ferry from our port just 10 minutes from our home.

She said it was a beautiful city with excellent seafood, so we decided to take an overnight visit to find out for ourselves.

After nine months living in one of the most populated cities on earth, Zhuhai was a breath of fresh air – quite literally! If you’d live to find out more about this small city and it’s surrounding islands, take a read of my latest article, written exclusively for Sapore Di Cina

Travel to Zhuhai – a coastal gem in the South China Sea

 

How to teach English in China

Teaching in China is big business. It’s said that if every TEFL teacher in the world went to China, there still wouldn’t be enough teachers to meet the demand!

Here’s my complete guide on how you can become an English language teacher in China. It covers absolutely everything you’ll need to know to get started in a new career in this fascinating country.

Discover how to find a job as an English teacher in my latest article at www.saporedicina:

How to find a job as an English Teacher in China

Border Crossing: Shenzhen to Hong Kong

The sprawling metropolis that is Shenzhen, one of China’s fastest growing 1st Tier cities, borders the Hong Kong peninsula on mainland China.

Deciding which border crossing to make entry into Hong Kong or vice versa,  depends on where you want to end up.

My latest article can be found at “Sapore di Cina” in English, Spanish and Italian – please click here:

Sapore di Cina – “Bordering on Hong Kong” full article

You can find out the “ins and outs” of the most popular crossing points, including the ferry from Skekou, directly into Hong Kong Airport.

This is the first of a monthly series of articles that I will be writing exclusively for Sapore di Cina – hope you enjoy!