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    Advice for Chiang Mai

    Hello,

    I've been teaching English at all age levels in Taiwan for the last five years. Now, I'm ready to try the same in Chiang Mai. I vacationed there this past July and quickly fell in love with the friendly, fun-loving people. Also, the ancient wall that surrounds the old city is so cool!

    Friends of mine who’ve stayed in the city tell me that jobs aren’t as easy to find as in Taiwan. I’m known for my teaching style “letting them have fun while they’re learning”. It’s worked fairly well me with so many schools that I’ve taught at. Hopefully, I can find a fulltime preschool position. If not, part time positions here and there are Ok.
    Any advice or suggestions would be very appreciated.

    Thanks,

    Ed

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    Quote Originally Posted by zepp08 View Post
    Hello,

    I've been teaching English at all age levels in Taiwan for the last five years. Now, I'm ready to try the same in Chiang Mai. I vacationed there this past July and quickly fell in love with the friendly, fun-loving people. Also, the ancient wall that surrounds the old city is so cool!

    No wall around old city, moron. Keep moving! From a friendly fun-loving denizen of CM.

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    ^Spoilsport. Zep must be refering to Kampeng din.

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    ^^ Don't be such a dick.

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    Don't move to Chiang Mai if teaching is your means of living.

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