- After Babel anime apple Arthur C. Clarke Ballard barcelona BBC Beijing beijing coma book review books branding British Council business is booming Chan Koonchung China china in ten words dollars Doubleday dubious wikipedia ELT english teaching enrollment fees exchange rate expats expensive arquitecture flowdan galas garlic ballads george steiner guardian Howatt Icelandic volcano eruption interaction international j2k joss stone landlords linguistic imperialism lovemarks ma jian manga marketing departments marketing nonsense mejja mo yan not wanting to be confused with refugees or immigrants nyrb olympics photos podcast Private Eye Rian Dundon robert phillipson schools schools trips to expensive places soft power Song Yang spamming wikipedia TEFL tekken The China beat The Fat Years the rise of english third culture nonsense Thomas Tranströmer tiananmen tim parks tower of Babel translation ultra-rich urban redevelopment World Service youtube yu hua 宋洋
Monthly Archives: December 2011
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Lots of material here about the English teaching world. Possibly slightly exaggerated.
Guess who’s stepped back through the front door Put the microphone down, the landlords have moved in Evil laughter. Hard to work out what’s serious and what isn’t. Great production by Bless Beats Subliminal fear of having the landlord arrive … Continue reading
Artwork by Song Yang (宋洋). More below
Canadian International School of Beijing CISB currently has students from over 50 countries and this number is growing as our enrollment increases The Canadian International School of Beijing develops the whole child in an environmentally sensitive school within a kind, … Continue reading