Add Your Brick to the Great Wall: Experience-based Advice for China from Expats is a 197 page eBook written by Sarah Bennett, Agness Walewinder and Cezary Krol. Sarah Bennett is a travel blogger of The Further Adventures of Bennett while Agness and Cez stand behind a budget travel blog named eTramping. These three fellow bloggers and English teachers have bumped into each other’s blogs when in China and promptly discovered some common interests – travelling, teaching and writing. The eBook was published in November 2013 and it sums up their two years spent in China teaching English full-time, travelling and living like locals in one of the most varied and magnificent Asian countries – China.
Add Your Brick to the Great Wall: Experience-based Advice for China from Expats is addressed to anyone who is interested in teaching English and travelling across China. Whether you are a native speaker or a near-native speaker whose big dream is to live a local life in the Land of Dragons, this book will inspire truly inspire you to do so. If you are an open-minded person willing to discover Chinese culture, cuisine and traditions in a different way: not as a regular tourist, but as an expat, this piece of writing is definitely for you.
The eBook contains valuable tips and in-depth information on how to apply for a job and your working visa, how to adapt to a new environment after your arrival and where to travel. The eBook answers such questions as: What you need to know before you leave your home country? What are the benefits of teaching and living in China? Or What my first teaching session should look like?
The eBook gives you first-hand and recent experiences and tips on Chinese education system, working conditions and living standards. It also provides a list of reliable schools and learning centres recommended by the authors and fellow expats. There are also a few pages filled with various different resources you can go to right from an Internet enabled eBook reader.
The cover illustrates a handful of inspiring photography teasing the reader of what possibilities are in store for their excursion after they begin reading. There is also a great variety of photos scattered throughout the book collected by authors from different travel destinations such as Tibet, Beijing, Mongolia or Guilin.
The eBook is extremely informative, interesting and well-organised. It will answer all of your questions you may have before deciding on taking a trip to China for travel, adventure or possible employment. Without a doubt, you will want to get a copy of this incredibly fantastic and affordable handbook.
Add Your Brick to the Great Wall: Experience-based Advice for China from Expats is now available via the Kindle Store UK, US and Worldwide (Add Your Brick to the Great Wall: Experience-based Advice for China from Expats and all the other Amazon websites). Don’t miss it out!