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Q: Do Chinese even hire Africans as English teachers?

Can I be hired in China as an English teacher although i am from Africa?

2 weeks 1 day ago in  Business & Jobs - China

 
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Yes. In Nanjing they are gradually replacing the native English teachers. They're illegal, but considerably cheaper. 

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That's a bit of a tricky question... generally no but sometimes yes, although not always legally.

 

Usually you'd be considered a non-native speaker which would rule you out for the visa. But - I don't know if this is still the case - if you have a degree from a native speaking country you can be eligible for a proper working visa.

 

The borders are closed now though, almost nobody can enter China but... if you happen to already be in the country in theory you'd still be able to land a job.

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It would technically be illegal. You would not be able to get a residence permit and Z work visa. 

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