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Bad  Canada worldy international
Key Words:  Fujian  Quanzhou
TitleCanada worldy international WARNING !!!!!!!!!!
Author: Bill <chinaexpat(at)yahoo.com>
They are a total scam here in Guangzhou China. They do not honor the contracts, fire teachers without warning or reason, withhold money, and have started to pay teachers with counterfeit bills¡­. By all means come to china, Quangzhou can be a great place, but if you are contacted by this company for a job, for your own saftey and peace of mind¡­..just say NO¡­
Publish Date: 2004-6-24
Source: http://www.eslcafe.com/jobinfo/asia/sefer.cgi?display:1088069293-94300.txt
Bad  Xiamen Runner Education   Details
Key Words: Wages, Salary Fujian  Xiamen
Author: Tony Hale <tonyhalenz(at)paradise.net.nz>
I am a freelance English teacher and worked at the branch near Xiamen University part-time for six months to May 2004 teaching mainly IELTS. I refused to return because of a pay dispute. But there¡¯s more¡­
Publish Date: 2005-1-21
Source: http://www.eslcafe.com/forums/job/viewtopic.php?t=19345
Bad  Yang En University
Key Words: Wages, Salary Fujian  Quanzhou
TitleYang En: salary problems
Author: Janice Hamick <jshmck321(at)yahoo.com>
I have restrained myself from adding my two cents on Yang En, not for any particular reason, but just because I wanted to finish my contract quietly and get the hell out of here. But now they've gone too far. According to our contracts, we are supposed to be paid for X amount of salary, paid in 10 installments of equal amounts. June will be the last payment, but oh no, June's salary will be less than previous months. Why? Because classes ended last week, so we should only be paid half our salary. And those of us who taught the graduating students will be deducted even more, because the graduating students finished classes the first week of June.
Publish Date: 2004-6-25
Source: http://www.eslcafe.com/jobinfo/asia/sefer.cgi?display:1088174973-67166.txt
Bad  Yang-En University   Details
Key Words: Workload Fujian  Quanzhou
TitleTeacher beating, etc. at Yang-En ¡°university¡± (China)
Author: rbcn1999(at)yahoo.ca
Mr. Grant: It gets very cold in the winter with poor insulation and concrete floors.
Mr. Wang: Wear extra layers of clothes and don¡ät go bare feet.
Mr. Grant: There¡äs no heater supplied
Mr. Wang: There is centralized heating system.
Mr. Grant: 100+ students in each class
Mr. Wang: Can¡ät be oral class you are teaching then. Must be just giving lectures. First-year
classes in Canada are the same with hundreds of students in the lecture hall, remember?
Mr. Grant: An alcoholic male Canadian teacher who nearly died during the winter vacation, was
shipped off to another town to take his sickness to.
Mr. Wang: Of course, would you want him working for you? This shows that the school does care about its image and reputation. Otherwise, it wouldn¡ät have cared.
Publish Date: 2004-10-29
Source: http://www.englishschoolwatch.org/webboard_detail.php?topic_id=1030
Good  Yang-en University   Details
Key Words:  Fujian  Quanzhou
TitleYang En - An Excellent Experience
Author: Robert Armstrong <robyangen(at)hotmail.com>
I had the privilege of spending 2 years at Yang-en and found this to be one of the most positive and enriching experiences of my life. The few problems that occurred at Yang-en whilst I was there resulted entirely from the fact that a FEW - very few - of the foreign staff were like fish out of water and took every opportunity to blame their own character deficencies and shortcomings on the long suffering Yang-en adminstration.
Publish Date: 2004-9-1
Source: http://www.eslcafe.com/jobinfo/asia/sefer.cgi?display:1094044100-43363.txt
Good  Yang-En University   Details
Key Words:  Fujian  Quanzhou
TitleYang-En - A Good Place to Teach
Author: Susan Morley
I have taught English for 10 months in China now, 8 months at Yang-En. Yes, the classes are large. Yes, the campus is remote - it is the real China with no pollution. Yes, it is a private university with a profit objective. It's a pity the UK universities don't have the same objective, they would be in better shape.
Publish Date: 2004-2-26
Source: http://www.eslcafe.com/jobinfo/asia/sefer.cgi?display:1077796309-99043.txt

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