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Normal  East China Institute of Technology North branch, Number 1 middle school, Fuzhou Teachers College   Details
Key Words:  Jiangxi  Fuzhou
TitleEast China Institute of Technology, Fuzhou, Jiangxi
Author: Jo Taylor <Taylor_johanna(at)hotmail.com>
"5000RMB - That's terrible" - I hear you cry. Just to put this into perspective¡­.. Jiangxi is a poor province. Noodles for lunch cost 2RMB, a meal with fish, rice and veg costs about 5RMB a head. A 80 minute foot massage is 30RMB. A taxi is 3RMB. So believe me, you would struggle to spend 1,000RMB a month in this place!!!!
Publish Date: 2004-2-27
Source: http://www.eslcafe.com/jobinfo/asia/sefer.cgi?display:1077927983-4250.txt
Bad  English First Nanchang (EF Nanchang)
Key Words: Wages, Salary Jiangxi  Nanchang
TitleEF in NanChang
Author: David Smith
I arranged with this company namely Allan Bauuer to do a three week contract at an EF school. There were no problems but for the last few days suddenly Allan hasn¡ät been returning my calls. It turns out the EF paid the 10,000 which they aggreed to him two weeks into my contract. But guess what, he no longer answers my calls. His secretary tells me that his is busy and will call me when he can. It¡äs now been five days since he was supposed to pay me. I am already back in England but I have a couple of friends back in China phoning everyday.
He has not paid a penny, however he sent the job invitation by email and I travelled the same day, I did not sign a contract with him, but I have a invititational email and many phone calls with witnesses.
Publish Date: 2004-1-1
Source: http://www.englishschoolwatch.org/notebook_detail.php?topic_id=1810
Bad  Fuzhou East China IT School   Details
Key Words:  Jiangxi  Fuzhou
TitleChina is great but ¡­..
Author: -
You have to sign a contract as quickly as possible but they want do so them self. Shortly there after you could
get fired for no reason what so ever for no particular reasons, or if you have a Chinese girlfriend, this school will not let you live with here because she is Chinese.
Publish Date: 2004-3-22
Source: http://www.eslcafe.com/jobinfo/asia/sefer.cgi?display:1079947721-18929.txt
Normal  Jiangxi University of Finance and Economics (JUFE)   Details
Key Words:  Jiangxi  Nanchang
TitleJUFE Canadian teacher speaks up
Author: Steven Andreasen <steveteachesinchina(at)hotmail.com>
The school is not to blame for my bad behavior the illness "Culture Shock" is to blame. The staff in the F.A.O. here are just like any other staff in any other country and they are only human and makes mistakes just like all of us have, do and will. In their defense I would like to say that they have put up with a lot of crap from me, more than any other employer would, or should have.
Publish Date: 2004-12-31
Source: http://www.eslcafe.com/jobinfo/asia/sefer.cgi?display:1104500274-19746.txt
Normal  Jiangxi University of Finance and Economics (JUFE)   Details
Key Words:  Jiangxi  Nanchang
TitleJUFE (The horrors of) Revisited
Author: Josh Adams <Joshadams40000(at)hotmail.com>
What follows are several extracts from correspondence dealing with specific issues raised by those considering employment at JUFE.
Issue 1. Personal safety.
I place this first because I believe that it is a concern shared by everyone. During my time spent at JUFE none of the foreign teachers was the victim of any physical violence ¨C a few however fell prey to thieves mainly losing cell phones and wallets.
Issue 2. Medical provision.
Issue 3. Exit and Entry.
Issue 4. Being surveilled.
Issue 5. Accommodation.
Publish Date: 2004-8-26
Source: http://www.eslcafe.com/jobinfo/asia/sefer.cgi?display:1093519640-97242.txt
Bad  Jinagxi University of Finance and Economics (JUFE)   Details
Key Words:  Jiangxi  Nanchang
TitleJUFE - To be avoided.
Author: Josh Adams <Joshadams40000(at)hotmail.com>
If you care about delivering a quality education, making
a difference, honesty, getting paid, having a proper Visa document, real medical cover, your personal safety, cleanliness, a good diet, your privacy or being treated like a person rather than an object then you should definitely NOT come to JUFE.
Publish Date: 2004-3-28
Source: http://www.eslcafe.com/jobinfo/asia/sefer.cgi?display:1080471814-49066.txt
Normal  Nanchang College of Tourism and Commerce   Details
Key Words: Other Jiangxi  Nanchang
TitleSchool frames teacher by threatening students
Author: <tiger62002(at)sohu.com>; <littlemouse(at)myrealbox.com>
We know that corruption is a way of life for some and it exists in different degrees everywhere but there is something that is supposed to now exist in China called civil rights, student rights and legal rights, but with this school and the leaders in the Government here in Jiangxi province, Nanchang these things do not exist and they prefer to live in a society that is kept in the dark and hold no choice as to their futures and existance. How could this be if certain schools do not allow the students freedom to the education that they pay for or are entitled to by the law? Or do those laws only exist for those that can pay for lawyers etc to help them stand up for their rights?
Publish Date: 2004-1-1
Source: http://www.englishschoolwatch.org/notebook_detail.php?topic_id=1962
Good  Pingxiang Industry Vocational & Technology College   Details
Key Words:  Jiangxi  Pingxiang
TitleLeaving Pingxiang Ind. Vocational &Tech. College
Author: Mariam Goldzstein <Mariam_121080(at)yahoo.com>
They paid me in full and up to date and were friendly enough helping me with my bags to the taxi and seeing us off. They are going to pay me my airfare as well.
Publish Date: 2004-1-14
Source: http://www.eslcafe.com/jobinfo/asia/sefer.cgi?display:1074071878-92180.txt
Bad  Yingtan College Jiangxi Normal University
Key Words: Visa, Contract Jiangxi  Yingtan
TitleBe careful: Yingtan College Jiangxi Normal Univers
Author: Sam
I would advise not working at this school. They use the Jiangxi Normal University name but are not really connected with them. I have just left there and they don't seem able to get working visas now. They will keep my passport for a long time maintaining all the while that everything is fine and left me high and dry with an expired visa, which is punishable with a major fine/and or jail time if you leave the country with one. Threatened to take $500 out of my salary if I left for 'breaking the contract' even though they couldn't get me a working visa as stipulated in the contract. A tactic to get you to work there illegally.I was able to work something out at my new school. Work there at your peril.
Publish Date: 2004-4-30
Source: http://www.eslcafe.com/jobinfo/asia/sefer.cgi?display:1083334358-43636.txt

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