Zero To Hero: Day 4 – to new neighbours

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Today I decided that I needed to find some more TEFL and travelling themed blogs; The Daily Post people must have read my mind as that was today’s assignment is. It was to find FIVE new blogs to follow by searching Tags. I decided on “Teaching English”, “EFL” and “Hong Kong”. It was supposed to be only one Tag; but I wanted to break from the rules.

I have started following eight new blogs; over all three Tags. I am looking forward to receiving the posts onto my Reader here at WordPress. There are many TEFL themed blogs that I already follow as that was the first thing I did when I first started blogging my TEFL adventures.

Do you know of any other blogs I should be following it should I be following yours? Please leave the blog address in the comments below…

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The book I told you about…

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I am currently reading the copy from my local library; if I bought it from new it was be £15.99. A little expensive I feel but at this moment in time I will buy my own copy if and when I go to Hong Kong.

So people on the i-to-i TEFL boards have been saying that getting into a school in Hong Kong will be rather hard. I am going to read the book from China next. I just hope the library has it!

Hong Kong’s Mid-Autumn Festival…

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I am currently reading the travel guide of Hong Kong by Lonely Planet. It is a very interesting read; I am enjoying it every much. Currently Asia, is my top favourite places to teach in. I am exciting about doing some more research before I make my decision.

Have you ever been to Hong Kong and taught there? Are you looking in to going there?

 

Hong Kong’s Mid-Autumn festival is a noisy, smoky delight for your senses with mooncakes, lanterns and dragons around every corner. Visit http://www.lonelyplanet.com/china/hon… for more information about Hong Kong.