What It's Like Living in Nanjing as an ESL Teacher

Rachel Weiss
Rachel Weiss

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

 / Aug 13, 2018

Nanjing is located in the Jiangsu Province, and it is the second largest city in the eastern region of China and has a population of more than 8 million people. Nanjing is one of China’s most important historical cities and is recognized as one of the Four Great Ancient Capitals of China. 


Nanjing offers many opportunities for those who want to live and work in a lively city surrounded by many cultural attractions! The Nanjing City Wall, Ming Palace, Drum Tower, and Presidential Palace are all popular heritage sites, and Nanjing also has many beautiful landscapes and mountains that are popular to visit.


Meet Two ESL Teachers Living and Working in Nanjing


Emma and Johnny, two ESL teachers from Ireland, currently live in Nanjing and took our good friend Poppy around the city of Nanjing one day to show her why it is a fantastic place to live and work in China.


Check out the video below!



Teach English in Nanjing


From ancient Chinese sites to modern expat bars and restaurants, Nanjing has it all. If you would like to learn more about working in Nanjing and all positions currently available to work and live in China, check out our Career China Opportunities page 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: www.rachelmeetschina.com