Below you will find information on some of the locations where Educational Ambassadors have been placed in the past. As we are always evaluating our relationships with various schools, please be aware that not all locations might be available for the upcoming academic year. If you have any questions about placement, please feel free to fill out the contact form at the bottom of the page and we will respond ASAP!
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PLEASE BE AWARE THAT THE city PLACEMENT LOCATION PAGEs are UNDERGOING RENOVATIONS. WE APOLOGIZE FOR ANY INCONVENIENCE AND HOPE TO RELAUNCH BY MID-LATE JULY
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Big cities are the same the world over: fast-paced, exciting, and chock full of English speakers. While they offer the widest variety of entertainment and gastronomic opportunities, you may have to look hard to find places to develop your Chinese. Big cities can be a strain on your budget, and commutes can be lengthy, but there's always something going on: a new district to explore, a crowd of people practicing taiji, a popular new hotpot restaurant. Below are samples of some of our past placements. Please be aware that not all locations might be available for the upcoming program.
When we think of small cities, we think of a population of about 100,000. Small Chinese cities have around one to four million inhabitants -- or about as many as Chicago or Los Angeles. These cities have skyscrapers, functional bus and subway lines (that usually stop running around 10 pm), and plenty of Western shops like H&M, Zara, KFC, McDonald's, and more. What they may lack is a truly bustling expat community. For a true challenge, some schools are located outside the city limit and in nearby suburbs. Below are samples of some of our past placements. Please be aware that not all locations might be available for the upcoming program.