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Q: Kindergarten english teacher

Hello ,
I'm from india. I wanted to work as a kindergarten english teacher in China. I found getting this job is so hard because they allow only native speaker. Could you tell me is there any Chances to get jobs for me?

1 week 22 hours ago in  Teaching & Learning - China

 
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No, at least not a legal job with Z visa and Working permit and if you'll accept illegal job, you'll be sorry in the end.

 

Only passport holders from USA, Canada, UK, Australia, NZ and S. Africa are entitled to get all legal documents for work as an English teachers in China.

 

There is a slight chance, non-native English passport holder (you!) can get legal papers for work in China, if she/he holds BA degree completed in native English country.

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"...stabbed 39 children and staff in a kindergarten?" How on Earth was that possible? It sounds as though it was a slaughtering, goodness! It's terrifying to realize how degraded people are! It's as though collective demons gush off theur skin and slaughter at will. It horifies me to think that this much evil the evil can get.

 

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One has to be careful as an English teacher ... in China. cool

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What's the purpose of sharing a link that would put him off wanting to teach in a kindergarten. It serves no purpose.

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Shared link isn't my opinion. It serves as a warning to everybody presently in China and to all who attempt to move in. I hope, that helps .... 

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A: If you earned a Master's Degree in English Literature or a related sub
A:If you earned a Master's Degree in English Literature or a related subject, you can teach English legally in China even if you don't hold a passport from the usually accepted list of countries. The visa requirements clearly specifies this “loophole”.Nonetheless, I think this requirement is only for teaching English. If you are a licensed teacher of another discipline, such as Math or Physics, you don't need to be a native speaker, although most schools would rather hire a teacher from a country where English is the native language.Right now China’s borders are closed (does anyone have new information?), at least that’s what everyone is saying. China is probably only going to reopen the borders again once most of the population is vaccinated, and that might take a while. -- samvelasco87