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Can Forign Student Do Parttime Jobs In China
If you're a foreign student studying in China, it's likely that you have some time to spare. And if you've got some spare time, then it's natural to wonder whether you can work part-time to make some money. After all, not every student is rich — and for many students, the cost of living in China is far higher than what it was back home.
Unfortunately, there are some major restrictions on foreigners working in China. In general, foreigners aren't allowed to work in China unless they're employed by a Chinese company as a full-time employee. (And even working for a Chinese company, you'll need the approval of your university and the Public Security Bureau as well.)
The only work that a foreign student can do in China is to accept a job that's offered by a company registered outside of China. For example, if an international business that has no operations in China wants to hire you, then you can work for them.
If you're working in China for a company with foreign investors, then you need to be careful because you may be counted as part of the company's staff — even if the company has no operations in China.
With this background, you should be able to write the blog post.
[If you want some more background information, this article explains how foreign students in China can work part-time, but it's for graduates who are doing internships. The restrictions are even tighter for students who are not currently studying.]
Write something about what it's like to be a foreign student in China.
As a foreign student in China, you'll find that some of your experiences are similar to those of Chinese students. For example, you'll take classes, you'll attend lectures, and you'll have exams. But there are also many differences between being a foreign student and being a Chinese student. For example, you'll probably find that you don't fit in as well as the Chinese students do. You may find it difficult to make friends with the Chinese students, and the Chinese students may be surprised at your lack of knowledge about China.
You may also find it difficult to understand what people are talking about when they discuss their "Chinese Dream". The Chinese Dream is a reference to the goal of the Chinese government to make China a prosperous country by 2049, the 100th anniversary of the founding of the People's Republic of China.
Of course, you'll probably find that you have more in common with the international students studying in China than you do with Chinese students. For example, you'll probably have similar tastes in food, clothing, and entertainment. You'll probably also have similar interests in traveling and studying abroad. And you'll probably find that you have more opportunities to travel and study abroad than the Chinese students do.
As a foreign student in China, you'll probably also find that you're treated differently from the Chinese students. For example, you may be surprised at how many more rules and regulations there are for foreign students than there are for Chinese students. And you may be surprised at how many restrictions there are on what you can do and where you can go. (This is especially true if you're studying in a smaller city.)