Meet An English Teacher Living in Chongqing

Rachel Weiss
Rachel Weiss

I'm an American who has been in China for three years! Read more about my adventures here:

 / Aug 16, 2018

Home to Sichuan peppers and famous Chongqing spicy hot pot, Chongqing, China is a popular place not only for tourists to visit but also for expats to live in!

With a population of over 18 million, Chongqing is a major city in the southwestern region of China and one of China’s four municipalities. Chongqing is located next to the Yangzhe river and many mountain ranges, which makes the city a beautiful place to live and makes it easy to access hiking trails and many nature parks in the area. Chongqing’s central location in China also makes it a huge transportation hub and allows easy travel to other cities like Chengdu and Zhangjiajie.

Meet Amelia, an English Teacher Living in Chongqing, China

Amelia, an expat from Ireland, was searching for a new adventure and moved to Chongqing this year. See more about her life as an ESL Teacher in Chongqing in the video below:

Working and Living in Chongqing

If you’re looking for a unique place to live with a big city life as well as lots of outdoor activities, come teach English and live in Chongqing! You can also explore many historical sites such as the People's Liberation Monument, the People's Assembly Hall, and many other places! Check out our available positions and apply today.

Get more great advice about expat life in China! Read The Ultimate Guide for Moving to China

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Rachel Weiss

I'm an American who has been in China for three years! Read more about my adventures here: