The Zhangjiajie park, located in northern Hunan, is one of those natural wonders that everyone should visit at least once in their lifetime. This UNESCO World Heritage Site inspired the movie Avatar for its scenic pillar-like formations and biodiversity.
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“It was wonderful! Probably the most beautiful mountain I have ever been on top of! I went around March time so I could also see snow on the mountain tops! It was totally breathtaking and surreal!” Solomon – EF English First Teacher in China
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Recommended Articles on TESOL / TEFL Methodology
The articles below are hosted on OnTESOL’s How to Teach English blog. OnTESOL collaborates with graduates and teacher trainers to provide extra resources for the TESOL / TEFL community. We recommend starting with the three articles listed below because they are related to experience in China. You can also find 300+ articles on the blog, written by experienced teachers from all over the world. Enjoy!