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Tips for Student Travelers in Southeast Asia

The popular tourist routes are laid in the Southeast Asia: people like to travel here in winter, as most of this region is in the tropics, where there is always good weather. There are exotic, ancient cultures, reasonable prices for…

Daycare in Korea – Some Interesting Facts

Daycare in Korea is cheaper than the US.  I know that you are likely a single teacher and don’t care much about daycare but listen up because this may be a game changer for you in the future when you…
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12 Must-Know Tips for Teaching in Asia

Let’s face it. Teaching a foreign language can be quite challenging, especially if your class has had little to no experience with learning a different language. Don’t let the current challenge discourage your efforts!!! In the last eleven months of…

Are online TEFLs recognized by recruiters?

The rise of the online TEFL has provided a cost-effective winner to the many gap-year students wanting to teach as a means to travel, without a costly investment in training. But just how legitimate are these cheap TEFLs? The traditional…

Chuseok

Chuseok: A Korean Holiday of Thanks. Chuseok is a major Korean holiday that is celebrated as a feast of thanksgiving. Much like the U.S. holiday of Thanksgiving, Chuseok is celebrated with family and friends, and is a time to celebrate…

10 Great Places to Party in Asia

If you want to travel and party, look no further than Asia. From South Korea to Thailand, Asia is THE party destination. Here are 10 of the best places to party in Asia. 1. Koh Phangan, Thailand Photo of Partiers…
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10 Weird Foods I Ate in Taiwan

Here is some weird food I ate in Taiwan. Chicken Feet This is a chicken foot that I ate. I couldn’t figure out how to eat it at first, but later someone showed me how to eat them. You start…