Photos of English Teachers in Asia
This teacher makes learning fun in his class in Taiwan by playing music from America to help his students experience another culture.
Asian societies are rich in history and culture that dates back 6,000 years. Here, dancers in Japan give a colorful costumed performance.
For some Americans, Asian food–real Asian food, and not the stuff you get in New York–takes a little getting used to, but most visitors will quickly learn to appreciate the wide variety of culinary delicacies.
Although most teachers try to get a job at a traditional school, there are plenty of opportunities elsewhere, such as becoming an English business instructor for a company’s employees.
The people of Asia are famous for their hospitality. Here, and English teacher enjoys tea time with his new Japanese friends.
As a visitor in Asia, you’ll run into a wide variety of religious peoples, including Buddhists, Confucianists, Taoists, Muslims, and even Christians.
The architecture in Asia can be stunning, and even though many of the overcrowded cities are filled with modern buildings, older architectural styles are still honored and preserved.
Even though your job will keep you busy, there will be plenty of time for you to travel, see the sights, and make new friends.