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Q: Hi. Can anyone help me to find contact info. for Zhongshan College?

I contacted an e-mail address at this school's (part of University of Electronic Science & Technology) website but my e-mail was sent back. :(

 

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6 years 28 weeks ago in  General  - Other cities

 
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http://www.zs.gov.cn/english/directory/index.action Click on universities in the left side menu. No email, but a phone number

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Thank you Scan. I looked at the telephone number but it seems to have TOO FEW digits/numerals. In my experience, Chinese telephone numbers are usually longer. * What do you think? 

* Also, a Chinese recruiter mentioned to me that most Chinese universities finish the current term by mid-December. * Is that true? 

 

Thanks again!

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Zhongshang Foreign Language School:

 

http://www.gwzswx.com/English/index.html

 

'Contact us' in the middle of the page....

 

Zhongshan University in Guangdong on the listing of Schools, authorised to hire FT:

 

http://www.anesl.com/schools/info.asp?province=Guangdong&keyword=Univers...

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I actually DO know something about this place.

 

It is vaguely affiliated with Guangdong University of Foreign Studies but "affiliated" looses all meaning here.

 

The truth of the matter is that is run actually, I mean, administered by the English School Attached to Guangdong University of Foreign Studies.  The English School has a hand in the hiring and the English School has a hand in the firing of foreign teachers in Zongshan.

 

That being said, the two most vile people that I ever met in all my years in China were the Englishman and his Singaporean wife who are the head honchos for the English School.  No amount of bad words can be enough for the wife.  The husband's temper was just out of control.  Foreign teachers fly in-and-out of the place like bees during a summer pollen hunt.

 

I interviewed with two banshees but my hair color was wrong, and my weight was a little too much for them, and they were just so, so sneering, that I left the second interview as quickly as I could and never looked back.

 

Run for your life. There are a lot better schools in Guangdong than this one.

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