A training center in Hangzhou is looking for part time and full time teachers.
The candidate should:
-be able to stay in Hangzhou for atleast 6 months
must have at least 2 years teaching experience
should be willing to do at least a 10-15 min demonstration class for free
must have a good attitude and should be loving and caring towards children
must be reliable
should be a native speaker
Salary- is negotiable depending on experience
Visa- the school can refer you to an agency should you qualify for a z-visa although this will take some time
working time 5 days a week from 2:00pm-8:00pm
EN.joy is a marvelous training center located close to the prestigeuos mall called the mixc. please feel free to contact me if you are interested. Application materials include:
c.v and cover letter
introductory video(this is a must)
teaching videos(if available)
Please send send me private message for my contact information
Been here many years, and now am on a diet and have been successful in the early goings. Basically I take supplements all day and then eat a BIG ASS SALAD for dinner with a small meat side. Started this in the USA. I have really enjoyed the salad because I can find LETTUCE everywhere.
So, and this might sound dumb, where do you get heads of lettuce in China? I do go to Wet Markets and where the locals shop a bit. And the supply seems to be limited. I am just seeking a ball of lettuce. I do make a mean salad though. Lettuce, red peppers, onion, pico de gallo (can I get that here, don't like tomatoes, although this is basically tomatoes, cherry tomatoes for a substitute) chopped sweet pickles (bringing jars from overseas) raisins.
I also lack a real oven and do not wish to fall back into cooking food with oil, but would also like to have a small amount of meat. But I am keeping to mostly a vegetarian plan.
Would also like to join a gym, but they are so fking expensive here. I have priced them and just too expensive. I like saunas too.
But yeah, where to get lettuce?