As an educational foundation working with primarily underprivileged students in local Hong Kong schools, Chatteris continues to impact students and their families every day. However, the impact on participants of our Chatteris International Graduate Programme (CIGP) both inside and out of the classroom cannot be understated. We sat down with Clayton Inglis, a returning Chatteris […]
Moving to a new country can be overwhelming. There are new sights, new food, and new transport to figure out. Thankfully in 2023, we have tools at the tips of our fingers to make the transition that little bit easier. Here is our rundown of the 10 apps you need to move to 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.
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.
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.
There is an age old debate about which city is the best: Hong Kong or Singapore? While we might be a bit biased, Chatteris’ own Amanda Thomspson has lived in both, and tells us her take on the argument.
In November 2022 the Hong Kong Sevens is back! Many Chatteris English Tutors are getting ready for the action packed weekend, and in this post Chatteris’ own Lewis Morgan talks us through the history of this iconic event.
Although quarantine for arrivals into Hong Kong has been lifted after over 2 years, self-isolation is not over yet. Chatteris’ own Lauren Jackson gives us her top tips for surviving home quarantine, something she is more than familiar with.