# 125 Teaching at Taizhou Teachers College, China (*INVITATION TO TEACH AT TAIZHOU TEACHERS COLLEGE)


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June 17th 2010
Published: June 16th 2010
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My lovely and eager Students, Photo #1My lovely and eager Students, Photo #1
My lovely and eager Students, Photo #1

Most of the Foreign Language Students in China are young ladies.
My lovely and eager Students, Photo #2My lovely and eager Students, Photo #2
My lovely and eager Students, Photo #2

Traditions in China encourage young ladies to pursue the Arts, while young men are encouraged to study mathematics and sciences.
My lovely and eager Students, Photo #3My lovely and eager Students, Photo #3
My lovely and eager Students, Photo #3

Each class stays together as a Unit throughout their college experience. During these years, they form strong bonds of friendship.
My lovely and eager Students, Photo #4My lovely and eager Students, Photo #4
My lovely and eager Students, Photo #4

Though individually very shy in the classroom, the students can exhibit great joy and enthusiams as a group.
My lovely and eager Students, Photo #5My lovely and eager Students, Photo #5
My lovely and eager Students, Photo #5

I love my students at Taizhou Teachers College. They are the reason that my time in China is so special and rewarding.
Apartment for Foreign Teachers at TTC, Photo #1Apartment for Foreign Teachers at TTC, Photo #1
Apartment for Foreign Teachers at TTC, Photo #1

12 Apartment Units are set aside for the Foreign Teachers at Taizhou Teachers College. The number of Foreign Teachers vary each school term, depending on the individual teacher's contract. They come from Korea, Germany, Japan, Canada, Australia and the USA. TTC welcomes new applications for the open teaching positions.
The "Foreign Friends" at Taizhou Teachers College, #1 The "Foreign Friends" at Taizhou Teachers College, #1
The "Foreign Friends" at Taizhou Teachers College, #1

(Left to Right) Mr. Kim (Korea), Mathias (Germany), Goetz (Germany), "The Panda Bear" (USA), Mrs. Kim (Korea)
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The "Foreign Friends" at Taizhou Teachers College, #4

A delicious lunch at our favorite Sichuan Restaurant, just outside the campus of TTC.
The "Foreign Friends" at Taizhou Teachers College, #6The "Foreign Friends" at Taizhou Teachers College, #6
The "Foreign Friends" at Taizhou Teachers College, #6

A meeting with Mr. Arthur Lee, our Foreign Affairs Director at TTC, permits the Foreign Teachers to air grievances and/or difficulties, and make constructive suggestions to improve the quality of life.



16th June 2010

so perfect
Schneider! It's as if you read my mind from across the world. I was actually going to email you this week to ask information on teaching English in other countries because I have two friends who are very interested. Thank you for the post! I have forwarded this to them in case they are interested in teaching at Taizhou Teachers College .
16th June 2010

Magnificent again
Hello Hans, OH, IF I was just 20 years younger how I would love just a month or two of your experience at Taizhou. The photos capture the moments... the blazen colours of costume, performance and 5000 year Culture, but best of all, the faces of all those wonderful people. About now you will see the ink turn a brighter shade of green. Visited Expo in May, there is a possibility I may be going back with our delegation for a few days in August to assist at the NZ Pavilion. Make sure you get to visit this vast site... you need a week to see it all. OK, take care...kevin
30th September 2010

some advice
Hello,Hans!I am one of your students majoring in English Teaching of TTC.Just now I read your Chapter125.Your article is easy to understand and our school is alive in your writing.I think it would be better if you give us an account of some stories happened between you and your students.In my eyes,that could be more active and alive.Besides,I'd like to point out a small mistake In the 7th paragraph of Chapter 125.In fact, there are seven departments and two pre-college departments in our school." English, Korean, German and Japanese, Experimental Primary-teacher Education" you have mentioned in your writings are just some majors in Foreign Language Department.I think you must be mistake these majors for departments.If I made any mistakes in my comments,just forget it.
18th July 2014
Apartment for Foreign Teachers at TTC, Photo #6

Thank you
Thank you Hans, for your wonderful blog!! I have read many entries and greatly enjoyed it. Thank you especially for the pictures of your beautiful home in China. It helped easy the mind of this mom/wife who is moving. It is silly to worry about such things but I am so thankful for the pictures of the apartments. I am excited to start a new journey in Taizhou. Hopefully, I will be able to keep up a blog to keep a record of our time there as well.

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