Life in the ‘Du: Chengdu via ENREACH
I typically advise students against starting with an adage, especially a translation from Chinese. But for want of a better start: “When you’re young, don’t enter Sichuan; when you’re old, don’t leave” (少不入川, 老不出蜀). That is to say, its traditionally slow
Beijing Regional Young Thespian Festival, January 2019
Since ENREACH began partnering with the Educational Theater Association in 2013, local and national festivals have dotted the Chinese cultural landscape and led to an increased focus among students and parents on the value of theater education. This past
Employee Spotlight – Hannah Taylor, Shanghai
Kicking off our Spotlight Series of ENREACH Employees is Hannah Taylor in Shanghai. Lets get to know her a bit more!
The Visa Process: What to expect
Moving to China is such an exciting process filled with so many life changes – new job, new country, new apartment, new friends, everything! The thrill of it is something we all love.
My China Story
In July, 2011 I arrived in China armed with a CELTA and job a lined up with a big ESL company. I interviewed via skype from England and told the interviewer that my only preference was somewhere in the South of China.
Living with a dog in Shanghai
People I meet are always asking me what it is like having a pet dog in Shanghai. While I had never had a dog before, I imagine that taking care of one in China is no more complicated than in my home country. In fact, it might actually be a bit easier.