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Finding the right teacher is not an easy task. You might get hundreds of applicants, but they don’t have the right requirements. Or, maybe no one is applying for your position. Either way, you’ve got a problem because you have a job opening and you need to fill it––fast.

When we embark on our journey across the world, we know we're going to confront many things that will challenge our perspective of the world. It's one of the reasons we take such adventures because the culture we were raised in doesn't always give us that opportunity so easily.

From Ibn Battuta to Marco Polo to Ryszard Kapuscinski - one question has confounded all the great (and not so great) travellers across the centuries - whether or not to purchase additional insurance at the counter when picking up a rental car? I, dear reader, am now in a position to offer you an informed opinion on this subject.

If you are an overseas US citizen - there is still time to vote. Most states require ballots to be returned by Nov. 6. This website provides the details: https://www.fvap.gov/citizen-voter/overview. Even if you don’t have a current address in the US, or you have never lived in the US, you can still vote.

The fastest way into anyone's heart is straight through their stomach, and children are definitely no exception. During my time teaching in South Korea, I led 6th and 8th grade cooking classes that allowed my students to learn English food vocabulary through hands-on activities.

Dr. Norman Bethune (Bai Qiuen), the heroic Canadian doctor, who died helping the Chinese people during the anti Japanese war, is probably the best-known Canadian in the world. This is due in part to the large population of China as well as Mao Zedong's eulogy to Bethune, which all Chinese were urged to read.

Don't make promises you can't keep otherwise you are most likely to disappoint people. So, when I promised my students that I would return in 3 years to attend their graduation, I was determined to keep that commitment.

Children are the future of a nation. If they live in a bubble of never interacting, or learning another language they’ll never truly know about the outside word. As well, teaching in another country is a once in a lifetime opportunity. Teaching itself is already a difficult and well-respected job that shapes the youth before they become adults.

"The journey is part of the experience - an expression of the seriousness of one's intent. One doesn't take the A train to Mecca."

It's been awhile...many things has been done. Still twice a year, graduates and practicing would be teachers are all in on making it on the list of the board examination passers for teachers.

In the Philippines' public school it is a must that entrant teachers have the license to teach.

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