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Au Pair in France and China: Julio's Adventures

on Sep 12, 2015 8:07:51 AM By | Julio Cesar Ramirez | 0 Comments | Au Pair China France
Hello!  My name is Julio Cesar Ramirez.  In 2013 I was an Au Pair in France   through GeoVisions.  I had such an awesome time that I  decided to do it again- this time in China!  I recently arrived in Shanghai where I met my host family.
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Be An Au Pair In China

on Dec 29, 2014 8:30:55 AM By | Randy LeGrant | 0 Comments | Au Pair China Latest News
... and your host family in China will assist you with your airfare, and your visa fees will also be paid.  Included also is your orientation and 4-6 hours each week of Mandarin lessons.  Of course you will receive private accommodation, all of your meals and one and one-half days off each week.
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Why Should You Teach Abroad?

on Feb 26, 2013 3:03:00 PM By | Randy LeGrant | 0 Comments | Teach Abroad China ESL-Lounge Thailand
After obtaining degrees in English Literature and English Secondary Education, Sean Lords packed up his bags and left to Seoul, South Korea where he lived for three years teaching English abroad. Sean has since returned to the States and is currently at work on his Master's degree.
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Help Me Teach English Abroad--Teaching In China

on Nov 14, 2012 11:03:00 AM By | Randy LeGrant | 0 Comments | Teach Abroad China Help Me Teach Teach in China
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Teach In Thailand--Our January 2012 Group Of Teachers

on Feb 24, 2012 11:14:00 AM By | Randy LeGrant | 2 Comments | Teach Abroad Teacher Blogs China Work and Travel Thailand
It all began on Sunday January 8th, 2012. The January intake group for GeoVisions' Teach in Thailand program met Kevin and Jaco in the lobby of the Ratchada Hotel in Bangkok for their debriefing. After a little question-answer session, the group headed back to their rooms in preparation for the journey to Hua Hin on Monday morning. All of the students shared 2 minibuses for the two-hour drive down the coast. As soon as they arrived, everyone had a choice between three different accommodations. 12 of the students chose the Hillside, while 3 chose accommodation closer to town. For the rest of the first week, the group had Thai language classes, culture and politics lessons, as well as getting bank accounts, sim cards, and scooters sorted out.
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