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Discover the Far East Teaching English in China

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Teaching English in China

Discover the Far East Teaching English in China


Discovering the Far East


In today’s increasingly globalized world, the demand for the English language is seemingly endless. For the adventurous, teaching English in China has become the best way to earn a living and explore this exciting country. But this isn’t new. For generations restless and intrepid souls from the West have been fascinated by the prospect of travelling through the vast mountain ranges, trellised rice paddies, and—more recently—sprawling neon-lit cityscapes of China. The nation is home to one of the oldest continuous civilizations on the planet (with more than 4,000 years of documented history) and a host of natural and man-made wonders, from the plumes of water cascading down the Huangguoshu Falls and the mist-shrouded peaks of Mt. Wuyi, to the modern skylines and bustling streets of Beijing and Shanghai, not to mention the striking Great Wall. China has always called out to those who have the traveller’s thirst for the new and unfamiliar, the blending of the ancient and the modern, whether as an explorer or as an entrepreneur. The question then becomes how to get your foot in the door and how to make a living once you get there.

A LOCAL’S GUIDE TO DAGUPAN CITY: 8 Tips and Tricks for First-time Travelers

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Dagupan Pangasinan Travel Guide

Mica is a certified "Dagupeña" and a well-known travel and lifestyle blogger from Dagupan City, Pangasinan. She writes and shares her travels and food adventures in her awesome travel blog senyorita.net which has been one of my personal favorites when it comes to anything about Dagupan and the Province of Pangasinan. What to do, where to eat and what not to miss in Dagupan City? Check out this interview we had with Mica as she shares to us some of the must-do activities, best hotels to stay, best places to eat and some useful travel tips that will surely be very helpful when planning a trip to Dagupan City, especially for first time travelers.

Etihad Airways launches new children’s activity packs for young explorers

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Etihad Airways launches new childrens activity packs for young explorers
Children enjoying the activities at the Etihad Explorers tea party and children’s activity kit launch event, held at Etihad Airways’ Innovation Training Academy in Abu Dhabi.

With millions of families planning and looking forward to their next holiday or trip abroad, Etihad Airways has introduced a new range of ‘Etihad Explorers’ children’s activity packs and a Flying Nanny Kit, to keep its younger guests occupied while onboard. Etihad Explorers is the airline’s new children’s brand and will feature on activity packs and meal items, and aims to instill a sense of excitement and anticipation during their journey.

TRAVEL ESSENTIALS: Flytpack Travel WiFi Router

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Flytpack Travel WiFi

When traveling abroad, internet connection is one of the most important things I consider when planning my trip. Connecting to the internet while traveling to other countries is a bit tricky as well as pricey. Of course, you have to deal with expensive roaming charges, unlocking your phone to make it compatible with other networks, having to buy a new SIM Card and purchase prepaid credits are just some of the many problems we may face just to be able to connect to the internet when abroad. So much hassle right?!

What's the Big Deal about PABLO Cheesecake and Tarts?

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Pablo Cheesecakes from Osaka Japan to Manila

I was in Osaka Japan when I heard about this newest "cheesecake craze" in a dessert store that recently opened in Manila. So, I really got curious and wanted to know what the "craze" is all about Pablo Cheesecakes and Tarts. Why so many people are lining up just to have a taste of this famous cheesecake and cheese tarts in Robinsons Place Manila? Is it really worth lining for?

AirAsia Reveals Grand Winner of "AirAsia Travel Photographer 2016" Contest

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AirAsia Travel Photographer 2016 Contest Winners
The AirAsia Travel Photographer Top 3 Finalists. (From left: AirAsia Pilot, AirAsia Cabin Crew, Dave Poblete – 2nd Place, Kimberly Pauig – 1st Place, DJ Magbanua – 3rd Place)

After hundreds of entries, only 6 finalists qualified for the this year's AirAsia Travel Photographer competition. They went to Macau China last September 3-6 for series of exciting challenges and workshops with the context coaches and judges. Kimberly Pauig, a writer from Pasig City, emerged as the grand winner and awarded as AirAsia Travel Photographer 2016! The results were announced last September 15, 2016 at the AirAsia Travel Photographer Final Show held in Green Sun, Makati City. Kimberly received 200,000 AirAsia BIG points which can be converted to any AirAsia local or international flights, and other exciting prizes. The 1st and 2nd runners up as well as People’s Choice Award winner were also announced at the event.

THINGS TO DO IN OSAKA: Experience Thrill and Excitement at Universal Studios Japan

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Universal Studios Japan Osaka

A trip to Osaka Japan will never be complete without a visit at Universal Studios Japan. So, on our 2nd day in Osaka, we spent the whole day at Universal Studios Japan or simply referred to as "USJ." The moment we stepped in inside USJ, I knew it would be so much fun! I hurriedly ran to the Universal Studios globe and snapped a few photos while I enjoy watching other people - foreign and local tourists - also having their selfies at the USJ Globe.

No more commercial flights? There are alternatives!

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Chartered flights

The preferred method travel for business executives is charter flights. The model client for the charter flights service is the business executive. The hassle of commercial fights gets in the way of business community. They opt to use a private plane instead of commercial ones. Let's see why that’s the case.