What is your current status in Jiangsu?

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Your current activity in Jiangsu? Please select one of the following:

Attending a conference
33
2%
Doing scholarly work (eg. research)
17
1%
Doing volunteer work
23
2%
Looking for job
167
12%
Running a business
72
5%
Staying with my Chinese spouse
92
7%
Studying in school/college/university
77
5%
Teaching English
249
18%
Teaching in general (other than English)
60
4%
Travelling
61
4%
Unemployed
26
2%
Working for a company/corporation
202
14%
Working for a foreign institution
47
3%
Not in Jiangsu now, but will go there
241
17%
Other
48
3%
 
Total votes : 1415

Re: What is your current status in Jiangsu?

Postby lost traveler » Wed Nov 04, 2009 9:38 pm

I have just moved from Shanghai to Qidong 25/10/09 for business, drop me a line at marinecreations2009@hotmail.com
Qidong is nice, the city center is quite ok ,although rather small after Shanghai.
Are there any sports or activity groups here ?
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Re: What is your current status in Jiangsu?

Postby jennwfinch » Wed Nov 04, 2009 10:36 pm

lost traveler wrote:I have just moved from Shanghai to Qidong 25/10/09 for business, drop me a line at marinecreations2009@hotmail.com
Qidong is nice, the city center is quite ok ,although rather small after Shanghai.
Are there any sports or activity groups here ?

no idea about it.
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Re: What is your current status in Jiangsu?

Postby skinnykiwi1 » Mon Nov 09, 2009 11:59 pm

I was just back from Shanghai after attending an international conference. It's really a dynamic city with skyscappers everywhere. But the pollution is a big problem without doubts.
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Re: What is your current status in Jiangsu?

Postby Mr_Christ » Wed Dec 02, 2009 8:28 am

will soon be in Xuzhou for a business trip in January.
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Re: What is your current status in Jiangsu?

Postby alexss » Sat Jan 23, 2010 11:59 pm

lost traveler wrote:I have just moved from Shanghai to Qidong 25/10/09 for business, drop me a line at marinecreations2009@hotmail.com
Qidong is nice, the city center is quite ok ,although rather small after Shanghai.
Are there any sports or activity groups here ?

Not familiar with the city, knowing it's under jurisdiction of Nantong and on the most eastern coastline of the coutry. Not sure whether the Yangtze river btw Shanghai and Qidong is finished or not.
See its google map: http://maps.google.ca/?ie=UTF8&ll=31.68 ... 509888&z=8
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Re: What is your current status in Jiangsu?

Postby nely » Sun Jan 24, 2010 1:42 am

hi
i am looking for a job in jing jiang ....
i live with my husband ...
we are from romania ...
my husband works in a shipyard here .... he is a painting inspector ...
i am a current speaker of english, italian and spanish ....
thanks for help
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Re: What is your current status in Jiangsu?

Postby xzeng » Sat Feb 20, 2010 4:39 am

nely wrote:hi
i am looking for a job in jing jiang ....
i live with my husband ...
we are from romania ...
my husband works in a shipyard here .... he is a painting inspector ...
i am a current speaker of english, italian and spanish ....
thanks for help

Not just looking for in Jingjiang but also in Jiangyin, another city in opposite side of Yangtze river. Good luck
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Re: What is your current status in Jiangsu?

Postby cerebro » Sat Mar 13, 2010 12:43 pm

hello, i am in changzhou and i am doing my internship in no.1 hospital, i am looking for a part time job
i can speak chinese and english
i am from india
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Re: What is your current status in Jiangsu?

Postby Mr. Jim » Sat May 15, 2010 7:53 pm

Dear Colleagues,

I am a mature, successful American business executive with a passion for ESL! I have both TESOL and CELTA credentials and have trained more than 100 additional ESL "trainers" who are experts at "English conversation skills development."

I serve as an ESL consultant for many International hospitals in Thailand, Cambodia, Singapore, Malaysia, Philippines and Taiwan.

I have a proprietary technology that provides LESS EXPENSIVE 1:1 or 1:n direct tutoring, instruction, conversation and mentoring via direct Internet connectivity. I have a host of American, native English speakers who provide guided training - without the confines of the classroom.

We are experts on use of TPR via QQ to launch comprehension and then speech of what we refer to as "zero-zeros" - those with NO comprehension of either written or spoken English.

While I am resigning from my executive position with U.S. Digital Technologies Corporation in June - I am not actually seeking to find another "job" - but rather to develop working partnerships with groups like yours - who see the opportunity to deliver highest level language learning help - using native English speakers for a fraction of the hourly cost of in-classroom instruction.

We have developed numerous curricula and can dispatch even our training and student materials electronically. Or, we can support the curriculum of your choice.

If you are interested to discuss this idea - please let me hear from you.

Best regards,

James A. Howell, President & Chairman
U.S. Digital Technologies Corporation
Email: jah@usdtc.com
Telephone: 954-588-0264
QQ: 859329905
Mr. Jim
 

Re: What is your current status in Jiangsu?

Postby Mr. Jim » Sat May 15, 2010 7:55 pm

Dear Colleagues,

I am a mature, successful American business executive with a passion for ESL! I have both TESOL and CELTA credentials and have trained more than 100 additional ESL "trainers" who are experts at "English conversation skills development."

I serve as an ESL consultant for many International hospitals in Thailand, Cambodia, Singapore, Malaysia and Taiwan.

My use of technology provides LESS EXPENSIVE 1:1 or 1:n direct tutoring, instruction, conversation and mentoring via QQ. I have a host of American, native English speakers who provide guided training - without the confines of the classroom.

We are experts on use of TPR via QQ to launch comprehension and then speech of what we refer to as "zero-zeros" - those with NO comprehension of either written or spoken English.

While I am resigning from my executive position with U.S. Digital Technologies Corporation in June - I am not actually seeking to find another "job" - but rather to develop working partnerships with groups like yours - who see the opportunity to deliver highest level language learning help - using native English speakers for a fraction of the hourly cost of in-classroom instruction.

We have developed numerous curricula and can dispatch even our training and student materials electronically. Or, we can support the curriculum of your choice.

If you are interested to discuss this idea - please let me hear from you.

Best regards,

James A. Howell, President & Chairman
U.S. Digital Technologies Corporation
Email: jah@usdtc.com
Telephone: 954-588-0264
QQ: 859329905
Mr. Jim
 

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