Ever wondered what it’s like to be an English Tutor in Hong Kong? Chatteris’ own Iven Li takes us through a typical week in his life, check out the video below! Want to teach, travel and explore Hong Kong? Click here to find out how.
Though Hong Kong is famous for being an urban jungle, much of this city used to be a jungle filled with wildlife. Chatteris’ own Brian Lau shares his insights on the peculiar history of wild tigers in Hong Kong.
Considering moving to Hong Kong to teach English? The idea of moving to a new place can be daunting but who better to tell you why it’s worth it taking the leap than those who have done it?
Hong Kong is famous for being a concrete jungle full of skyscrapers however, it is also home to beautiful islands, mountains, and beaches. Chatteris’ own Tamzin Moon takes us through her rundown of the best beaches in Hong Kong.
Teaching English as a second language is a unique opportunity to travel the world, make an impact on students, meet new people, and grow personally and professionally. Teachers gain skills and experience that help them in the classroom, as well as in other jobs and industries. Chatteris’ own Kerry Devlin gives her insight into 5 transferable skills you develop as an English teacher.
Although Hong Kong is famous for its towering skyscrapers, dazzling neon lights, and hustle and bustle, what makes it a truly special place its proximity to nature. Beaches, mountains, and sea, all waiting to be explored. Chatteris’ own Jamie Walliker gives her rankings of the best outdoor in Hong Kong.
Tis the season! Every year, Chatteris English tutors celebrate Christmas here in Hong Kong. While the weather may be warmer than some of our Tutors are used to, they still find ways to get festive. Check out these pictures of Hong Kong at Christmas, taken by many of Chatteris’ own!
When moving to a new place, many people worry about making friends. Although it can be daunting there are lots of ways you can meet new people in Hong Kong, and Chatteris’ own Adam O’Domhnaill talks us through his sociable pastime – sports.
There are countless cuisines on offer in Hong Kong, but Kimberly Street is known locally as ‘Little Korea’ due to the community of Korean people in the area, and the array of Korean shops and restaurants. In this post, Chatteris’ own Jemma Nash takes us through her recommendations of where to eat in Little Korea.
Hong Kong is one of the world’s most dense urban areas, and relies heavily on imported goods to feed the people living here. In an effort to be more environmentally friendly urban farming in Hong Kong is on the rise, in this post Chatteris’ own Fleur Ellerton gives us an insight into this growing practise.