Teach in Xi’an

Xi'an, which is situated in Shaanxi Province, the province that marks the beginning of the Silk Road, was one of the most important capitals in the history of China and was home to the greatest number of dynasties. In addition, Xi'an is widely regarded as one of the most popular tourist sites in all of China and has a positive reputation on the global stage. Teaching in this region is a wonderful option for you if you have an interest in the history and culture of ancient China.

A Few Quick Facts Regarding Xi'an:

Population: 10.203 million

Language: Mandarin & Xi'an dialect

Xi'an is positioned at the intersection of the center of China's geographical map and the two main economic zones of central and western China. This makes it an ideal location for public transit. It is the sole route that connects cities in the Central Plains, North China, and East China to the northwest of the United States. 1 international airport, 4 important railway stations, 5 metro lines with fares ranging from 2-8 RMB, bus fares ranging from 1-2 RMB, and taxi fares beginning at 9 RMB (within 3 kilometers) and increasing by 2 RMB every kilometer.

Climate: It has a moderate temperate continental monsoon climate that is semi-humid and semi-arid, and it has four distinct seasons.

The typical pay is 7696 RMB per month.

Concerning the English Language Instruction in Xi'an (in general)


A Bachelor Degree (or above)

Certifications in Education, Including TESOL and TEFL for Teachers (preferred)

Experience in the classroom (preferred)

Instructors hailing from the United Kingdom, the United States of America, Australia, Canada, Ireland, New Zealand, and South Africa (preferred)

A clean investigation of one's past.


Salary range: 8,050 RMB to 17,500 RMB per month

Assistance with Work Visas (Z-VISA)

In the form of accommodations (given or allowed),

Possibilities for advancement in one's career

Flight reimbursement

Being a resident of Xi'an

The Terracotta Warriors and Horses of Qin Shihuang Mausoleum, the Big Wild Goose Pagoda, the Small Wild Goose Pagoda, the Daming Gong Palace, the Site of Weiyang Palace in Chang' the City of Western Han dynasty, and the Xingjiao Temple Pagoda are the six heritage sites in Xi'an that have been included in the "World Heritage List" as of the year 2016. Other well-known attractions include

Food: scrumptious appetizers such as Pita Bread Soaked in Lamb Soup, minced noodles, Roujiamo (Chinese hamburger), and Qinzhen Liangpi (made from rice flour). North Guangji Street/Huis' Street (also known as Muslim Street) is a well-known cultural and culinary neighborhood in Xi'an. Here, visitors may indulge in traditional halal cuisine and shop for fine traditional clothes and handicrafts.

"Please come to Beijing if you want to witness China's history from the last five hundred years; please come to Xi'an if you want to view China's history from the past five thousand years." One of the seven ancient capitals of China, Xi'an served as the national capital for a total of thirteen different dynasties. There are several old tombs, temples, and gardens to explore here. Some of the tombs belonged to monarchs. People are able to see the magnificent historical and cultural attractiveness of the area via the many cultural treasures and historic landmarks.

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