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Q: How to look for a part time job to teach mandarin?

Hi, I am a native chinese speaker in Shenyang, I got a lot of free time after work. So I wondered if a foreigner planned to get a chinese mandarin teacher, where should he/she get the information?

9 years 4 weeks ago in  Teaching & Learning - Shenyang

 
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go to language training schools many teach foreigners chinese, also you can check with universities to but usually they will have no need but check anyway incase there is a vacancy.

if you want to teach children look for schools that teach foreign children.

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You can also post your service on websites with classifieds sections such as www.echinacities.com and http://shenyangonline.com so that foreigners can get in touch with you when they need your services.

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