I want to travel to China but have no money. I can teach English.
Hi,if you want to travle to China,maybe you can find a job like a English teacher in China for a while.there are high salary of English teacher in China.
Teaching English as a foreign language in China is well paid and all expenses are covered. However you have to get here and support yourself for the first month. This means you need the flight ticket, travel within China to your school and now, March 2010, around 200 pounds sterling, 300 dollars, to have more than enough to get by.
Schools give preference to native English speakers and also show a strong preference for ethnically native speakers if there is such a thing. However, I have seen almost every race colour and creed teaching here, as long as the English speaking 'accent' is not too strong.
In China you'll have to pay for your own tickets to get there, but many schools will repay you after a year.
Or you could try Korea. They will pay for your tickets upfront.
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