I just read my monthly CSP newsletter and think this is something worth sharing...
Without a doubt, China is a fun adventure for expats who want to explore and/or work abroad. The Chinese people are mostly friendly, the food is absolutely delicious, and aside from housing costs, most everything is quite cheap. And your resume will look great with your new China experience on it. But you
"Work Abroad in mysterious China where your money is worth 6 times more and beautiful young Chinese girls stand in line just to talk with you at English Corner!" Recently a a China job recruiter from China Job Express used this line on me, not knowing I had already made my rounds to China and got the hell out after I saw all the great tourist sites, got laid,moved to Singapore to earn 240%
I got a text message from one of my best friends yesterday morning who has been teaching TEFL in China for three years... "OMG! ****, *******, and ****** were all arrested yesterday by the visa police people. What is going on? Call me ASAP"
Of course this bad news about our mutual friends put us on red alert and we all scrambled to find out what was going on. We got together and went to the local cop shop to play