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Q: Jobs in Fujian, jian ou. Are there any training centers in this area?

Are there any training areas in this small district?

5 years 48 weeks ago in  Teaching & Learning - Fuzhou

 
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Not Training centers, but more 'home schooling' kind.

There are 2 US teachers in the city, and one of them will get some part-time work.

School's manager/Chinese teacher was promising rate 300 Rmb/h last week, but that became 200 Rmb this week, because 'parents don't agree'.

Nobody asked for 300 Rmb/h. It was offered!

 

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There are plenty of places to teach around Fujian try looking for yourself.

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