English Expats In China
If you are looking to connect with English expats in China, then this page brings together all the latest expat blogs China written by English bloggers, any interviews, articles and news items we have here at ExpatsBlog.com.
Latest Blogs by English Expats Living in China
- Michael Tyler in China
From once popular lonelyplanetexchange.com travel site, Michaeltyler.co.uk documents the travels and life experience with many photo's, top attractions, travel advice and punditry.
- Shanghaier Education
A recently married final year PhD student goes on a study exchange to Shanghai. Enjoying the sights, tastes and sound of China while the husband stays at home wondering who's going to make him dinner
- Crashing A Bike In China
Hi all, This will be my blog for the next year in China and first of all I'd like to say how humbled I am for taking an interest in my travels, emotional. For those who have this as fresh information, and know nothing of
A weekly account of my observations of life in China. From the cultural norms that shock all expats, to the wonderful things to see enshrined in China's 5,000 years of history.
- The Further Adventures of Bennett
Sarah blogs about TEFL, life in China, travels and everything in between.
Latest Expat Interviews/ Articles
- American Expat Living in China - Interview with Paul
Paul Finkbeiner has lived in China for over three years. As a former student learning Chinese and now a professor teaching English, he has been immersed in the scholastic system. After meeting the...
- British Expat Teaching in China, Interview with Simon
Simon is a recent French and Spanish graduate from the UK, teaching English in China for a year, before settling into a 'proper' career, as he says. Whilst freely admitting that his blog hits the...
- American expat Living in China, Interview with Michelle
Michelle is an ex-pat blogger living in western China. She spends her weekends exploring the cities/sites around Chengdu and trying to avoid the mouth-numbing Sichuan peppercorns that seem to end up...
- British Expat Living in China - Interviewing Sarah
Sarah began a 6 month English teaching contract in Ordos, Inner Mongolia, China in August 2011. Over 19 months later she is still in China and still loving every minute of being there. During this...
- British Expat Living In Beijing - Interview With Stephen
Stephen Whale started travelling early and continued throughout his life, visiting, volunteering and working in over 90 countries before settling in China (for now). Highlights so far would be...
- American Expat In China - Expat Interview With Kirsten
Kirsten Jacobsen, a few months after graduating university and getting settled into a job at the local newspaper, decided it was probably a good idea to move to China for a while. (She didn't speak...
Latest News Relating to China or England
- India second on list of ‘up and coming’ destinations for expats
India has come in second place behind China on a list of countries that are ‘up and coming’ for expats to live and work in, according to an HSBC survey. The Expat Explorer survey noted that...
- New Zealand’s Kea expat network reaches 500,000
A global network designed for New Zealanders living overseas has hit the half-million-member mark. Kea, which was launched in 2001 by Professor David Teece and The Warehouse founder Sir Stephen...
- Hong Kong expat banker lifestyles slammed after grisly murders
Expats working in Hong Kong’s famous banking and financial sector are taking flak for their hedonistic lifestyles following the gruesome murder of two Indonesian girls by one of their number....
- Expats find the girl of their dreams after moving overseas
Finding the perfect love match is now an officially-confirmed reason for migration to a far-off land, as many expats find once they’ve taken the plunge. One light-hearted result of this...
- Chinese goverment survey reveals most expats are illiterate males
The results of a survey by China’s State Administration of Foreign Expert Affairs may have come as a shock to the ministry, but expat professionals seem to be regarding it as a big joke. The...