An Alternative Lifestyle and Career Path
Ever wonder what it would be like to live and work in China? What would it take to learn Chinese and speak with locals in their native tongue? How would you afford such a transition? How would you find a job? Would you be able to handle the food? What would your expenses be like? Would you have the time and money to travel to other parts of Asia? It’s all here in Ultimate China Guide.
What You’ll Learn
- How to find a job teaching English anywhere in China.
- Recommendations on cities to live and work in, as well as travel destinations away from other tourists.
- How to pay off $10,000 in debt per year while working at an international company or English school.
- Teaching advice and lesson planning tactics from a teacher with 6 year’s of teaching experience in China.
- Vivid descriptions of the life of a foreigner in China.
- Background information on the Chinese people and culture.
- An effective method for finding a job in China (or anywhere).
- Gain an understanding of dating in China.
- How to prepare for an interview with a school or company in China.
- How to live rent-free.
- How to get your round-trip airfare paid for.
- Understand the different types of visas and visa procedures.
- Which Chinese phrases to learn first in order to start speaking with locals from day one.
- The best tools to help you start learning Chinese right away.
- My methodology for learning Chinese quickly and effectively.
- Ten phrases you can use to meet anyone and build good rapport with them.
- A step-by-step guide on finding a teaching or non-teaching job.
- How to make $75,000 per year privately tutoring students in English.
- Requirements for becoming an English teacher in China.
- What to pack before moving to China.
- The types of medical insurance plans that are available.
- The types of food available in China and Chinese eating etiquette.
- What the Chinese do for fun. (You’ll be able to join in!)
- Where to go for adventure travel in China including kayaking and rock climbing destinations.
- How to deal with the inevitable culture shock.
- How to get a driver’s license and rent a car.
- Websites you can use to find English teaching and non-teaching jobs in China.
About The Author
Hi! My name is Nick Lenczewski and I’m from a small town in the rural United States.
I’m a Mandarin Chinese translator and interpreter and I help businesses, schools, and people understand China. I didn’t always know Chinese though. In fact, before moving to China after college in 2007 to teach English I knew nothing about China. When I graduated from college I had no idea what I wanted to do for a living so I moved to China to teach English because it sounded like an adventure.
I immediately fell in love with learning Chinese and chatting with Chinese people in their native language. After spending 3 years teaching English in a medium-sized city of 1.5 million people called Zhongshan, I decided to parlay my skills to a company back home in hopes that I would be sent back to China while making a US salary. It worked!
I spent the next 2 years working at an international manufacturer of interactive displays and observed many of the problems businesses in China face when dealing with two sets of cultures, languages, and ways of doing things.
When I moved back to the US a couple years ago I understood what I wanted to do for a living: help others understand and experience China.
What $20 $10 Gets You
- A 147-page eBook with over 47,000 words containing everything you need to know about making a move to China and creating a great life and career there.
- Entire chapters dedicated to Teaching English in China, Moving to China, Travel, Learning Mandarin Chinese, Dating in China, Dealing with Culture Shock, Finding a Non-Teaching Job in China, and Driving in China.
- A step-by-step guide on how to find a job at a company when there are no job postings.
- An action plan for learning Chinese.
- Personal tales of China from a 6-year China expert.
If you’re not 100% satisfied with Ultimate China Guide, email me within 30 days of purchase for a full refund and keep the book as my gift to you.
Questions? Email me: nick [at] chinalifefiles [dot] com.