Meet Keegan - What It's Like Being a Teacher in Guangzhou China from South Africa

Liz Smith
Liz Smith

Liz Smith left the daily grind in the States to travel the world with her husband. Eventually teaching English in China & loving it, she began sharing her experience with others who are interested in embarking on this new adventure!

 / Dec 2, 2017

Life is an adventure.  And Keegan, from South Africa, has truly embraced this perspective as an English teacher in Guangzhou China.  He's been in China for a few years now, and has lived in different cities teaching English.  But so far, he has really come to enjoy living in Guangzhou and being a teacher at First Leap China.  


Check out the video interview with Keegan, and find out what he enjoys most about being in China.  Also, discover how his local Chinese co-workers have become not only his "tour guides" but his friends, and how they have contributed to his experience as he indulges his curiosity to learn more about China and Chinese culture.


Click the video below to watch




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


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Liz Smith

Liz Smith left the daily grind in the States to travel the world with her husband. Eventually teaching English in China & loving it, she began sharing her experience with others who are interested in embarking on this new adventure!