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Q: Can I still be employed in this site even though am not in China?

7 weeks 4 days ago in  Teaching & Learning - Other cities

 
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 Now, where have you been?

They were looking for yaa all over the place ...

 

 

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 Now, where have you been?

They were looking for yaa all over the place ...

 

 

https://www.echinacities.com/main/contact/contact_us/index

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if you watch the Disney channel, you can "be anything you want to be, as long as you believe in yourself "
(remember what you believe in does not have to have any basis in reality !)
so clap your hands and sing a happy song, then you can be employed on this site even when you are not in China.!

 

Good luck smiley

 

icnif77:

Considering your first sentence ... that was me becoming an English teacher in 2009/10 ... broken heart

 

... and I must admit while getting into the challenge, it all ended up splendidly. 

7 weeks 3 days ago
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Blondie_:

in that case, which Disney princess are you ? 

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icnif77:

Don't provoke ... 

 

Once, a year or so ago, I've got challenged and I had to drop a 'nucleus bomb' at e-Tities ...

 

See thread "Is there a lack of native English teachers in China?" and scroll down to Ironman's post askin' me if I am from Philippines ... and read review of my E.T.'s CV at comments ...

I mean, I know am a movie star ... here .. 

 

https://answers.echinacities.com/question/there-lack-native-english-teachers-china

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PulSartre:

Hmmm, wasn't that Inuendo, Queen? "Be free, be free, surrender to your ego, be free... " Hehe, those time, I was a rebellious creature and would believe whatever Queen would play on.. The show must go oon, the show much go ooooon, inside my heart is aching my make up may be flaking but my smile still stays on.

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Where you are now? They are always seeking you 

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A:What is 'formal offer letter'? Only legally accepted employment offer I know is a Contract! ... so, you just don't accept and sign the contract with the lower salary! Email exchanges, verbal discussions and other promises between you and employer aren't legally binding, so legal action isn't recommended. Mainly legal effective thingy is employer's stamped and signed contract! ... and after you ink it, employer can/will use your signed contract to apply for all necessary documents at Chinese governmental agencies as Working permit and all ... It would be better for you to not accept employment with such an employer, IMO 'cause you'll experience similar troubles by employer not respecting the contract later on. -- icnif77