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Legal Intern: Life in the Hutongs!

Legal Intern: Life in the Hutongs!

hu·tong [ˈho͞otäNG] NOUN 1. A narrow lane or alleyway in a traditional residential area of a Chinese city, especially Beijing. Throughout my stay here in China, I will be living in a Hutong within Central Beijing. Most apartments in this area do not contain bathrooms...

Life as an Au Pair in Beijing!

Au Pair in China: First Week in Beijing My first week as an au pair in Beijing with ImmerQi has involved green tea ice cream, fermented egg, and countless imaginary tea parties. The little girl I au pair for is aged just four but her English skills are far superior to...

Top 10 Reasons to Intern Abroad!

Feel like seeing more of the world and doing it on the cheap? How about gaining some valuable life and professional experience while you’re at it? Becoming an intern abroad is something that more and more people are doing in order to achieve just that. There is a...

Why Does It Cost Money to Do a Teaching Program?

You’re itching to get out and explore the world, but there’s just one thing stopping you, the money! Perhaps much to your surprise, it costs a fair chunk of change to go abroad and do both internship and volunteer programs. “But they’re the ones that need me, what...

What Are You Doing Next Summer?

The summer holidays are something that we all look forward to; it's great to have a long, well-earned break; but many of us find ourselves falling into rather dull routines of boredom, when instead we could be doing something really worthwhile. Why spend such precious...

ImmerQi Wins Global Leadership Award

ImmerQi 's Managing Director, Joanne Wong, has won yet another award - this year in the category "Global Leadership Award - Master Class Woman Entrepreneur of the Year", endorsed by ALDA, The American Leadership Development Association. The award ceremony was held on...

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