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Q: Can any one here help me in getting a part time job in the Xiasha, Hangzhou?

I can teach English nicely.

9 years 6 days ago in  Teaching & Learning - Hangzhou

 
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no, sorry I can't. I know no people there

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Nicely? As opposed to well.

TedDBayer:

Is that different than gooda?

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Burger King Hire people that speak English in Shanghaisurprise

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You better off going to the language schools yourself. Talk to whoever in Charge if there's space to squeeze you into...You might get lucky.

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r am an verly god anglitch teacha

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I am not sure about Xiasha, butt.....here are adverts (top R side of the screen: 'Jobs') for part-time teaching jobs in Hangzhou:

 

http://jobs.echinacities.com/jobs/deepSea?choosetype=&word=&city=2711&jo...

 

You should also 'hit the road', and ask for the job at Training centers in person. Good luck!

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You will find more opportunities for part-time job while visiting Schools in person. Talk to the FT at the Schools for temporary openings.

Good luck!

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