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A Teaching Intern’s Guide to Surviving in China

A Teaching Intern’s Guide to Surviving in China

From the crazy food stalls to dingy squat toilets, you need to be prepared for everything and anything in China. Nothing is ever simple in this diverse, busy and unique country but that is what you will begin to fall in love with — once you get over all the different...

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...

5 Benefits of Taking On a Hospitality Internship in China

Did you know that by 2025, 10.5% of all jobs worldwide will be in the hospitality and tourism industry? With hospitality being one of the largest employment fields worldwide, the number of Chinese tourists have increased by 1380% in the past 17 years. In fact, by...

Top 5 Things to Do and See in ZhangJiaJie!

China recently celebrated the Tomb Sweeping festival which is a national holiday where people pay respects to their ancestors and burn objects like money, cars, and clothes made from paper so that they can enjoy them in the afterlife. Our school was closed for a week...

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 Company Award: Entrepreneurship In Education

Joanne Wong, Managing Director of ImmerQi has won the award in the Masterclass sector as Socially Responsible Entrepreneur at the Junior Chamber International Socially Responsible Company Awards 2013. The award in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia honored Joanne Wong in...

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