Planning your trip to China just got a whole lot easier

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by Mike Cairnduff

Planning a trip to China is exciting. It’s home to the Great Wall, the panda sanctuary and the intriguing Terracotta Warriors. While it’s good to research the places we’ll visit before we get there, we often skip the most impo...

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Top reads of 2018

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by Mike Cairnduff

As the year comes to a close, I thought it would be timely to look back at the most popular Teach in China blogs this year. Some are fresh off the press in 2018, while others keep impressing readers year after year. From why Chinese people spit...

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What are the best apps to use in China?

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by Gayle Aggiss

Chinese people love the latest technology and they use their phones for everything. As a result, there are plenty of apps that you can use while you’re in China. They’ll make it easier for you to communicate, get around, book trips...

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What are the best VPNs for China in 2019?

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by Mike Cairnduff

In case you haven’t heard, the internet in China is censored. Many of the websites and apps that you rely on every day are inaccessible. It’s known as the Great Firewall of China and it affects more than 1.3 billion people. The g...

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The top 3 China-related movies of all time

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by Mike Cairnduff

Has anyone seen the latest Matt Damon film, The Great Wall? This epic stinker features Damon’s character playing a European mercenary who teams up with the commander of the Wall, performed by China’s Jing Tian. Together they try to...

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The new authority on China’s Xinjiang region

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by Mike Cairnduff

If you’re thinking about going to Xinjiang, Josh Summers’ new book Xinjiang: A Traveler’s Guide to Far West China is your must-have travel companion. With almost 500 pages of exquisite detail, this book is the most...

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