China Programs

Hey, Casey here (I’m the founder and lead author of the Teacup Chinese blog).

Back in 2014 I took part in a life-changing China internship program where I went over to Beijing to teach English. In the process, I made life-long friends, learned Mandarin and discovered my passion for teaching.

Casey with his kindergarten class

Me with my Kindergarten class in Beijing

After the initial internship, I was enjoying living in China so much that I decided to stay for a further two years and continue my China adventure. I can honestly say that going to China was one of the best decisions I ever made.

At the time, I had just graduated from high-school. Most of my friends thought I was crazy to go to China instead of starting university, but I didn’t listen to them and I’m glad I didn’t!

What I gained through my experience in China was far more valuable than I could have ever imagined. It opened my mind to new way of looking at the world. Not only that but I made life-long friends and learned to speak Mandarin (often considered to be the hardest language to learn).

Recently, I have partnered with the very same company that sent me on my first China internship program (the program that paved the way for my entire China adventure and got me started in learning Mandarin).

The company I’m talking about is called immerQi and they offer a wide variety of programs including internships, full-time teaching, aupairing and study abroad!

Oh and thanks to our partnership, if you decide to sign-up to one of their incredible programs, you’ll get a discount on your program free!

So, if you’re ready to expand your mind and embark on a new adventure to one of the most amazing countries in the world, just click the button below to be taken to my ambassador page where you can learn more about what they offer.

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