Hazel Brewery

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  • RegisteredJune 30, 2012
  • RegionChina
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  • RegisteredJune 30, 2012

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Forums > Travel Yunnan > Start-up idea

I believe the market is already quite saturated... lots of agencies already provide this kind of service and many foreign travel agencies have connection to local ones. Unless you can offer something VERY different, it would be hard to succeed!

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Forums > Living in Kunming > No teaching experience, can I still get a Z visa?

@i_go_to_sleep unfortunately @coope is correct, no more Z-visas for non-native speakers (as far as I know, those holding a passport from an English-speaking country, regardless of what your native tongue is). You can still be hired to teach other languages, eg. French if you hold a French passport, or German if you have a German passport, etc. But you will also need a teaching certificate for that specific language (an equivalent of the tefl/tesol).

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Forums > Living in Kunming > metro delivery

I asked a few months ago, they said they deliver if you purchase goods for more than 8000 rmb. not sure if this has changed recently

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Have been studying at Huayang for a few months now. It's a great school: the staff has always been very helpful and kind, and has assisted me changing my visa and getting a new one. The building is brand new, which means everything is clean and bright - toilets included! (and well, studying in a nice environment helps a lot!). My teacher (Joy) is enthusiastic and her classes are always very interesting: apart from the book, she is designing our lessons according to the topics we are interested in (Chinese culture, philosophy, ...). This is what makes the difference to me from the other language schools in Kunming, it's not just "boya chinese", chengyu and "newspaper reading". I would definitely recommend studying here.