I wasn't 'stinking' about your 'stuff' at all. I was merely agreeing with the OP and expressing my opinion that that the salary is low.
As i mentioned earlier, 100 Yuan per hour in the current climate for teaching in China is now considered low by most teachers.
My major issue was that you insisted that it 'was very good pay', when in fact i'd wager that if you put it to most teachers with experience, they'd say quite the opposite. Ask around though, maybe i'm wrong.
With respect, i'm not going to get into how much money i make.
My original point was simply that 100 Yuan per hour is low for a 'highly professional' and 'extraordinary' teacher.
Those genuinely professional and extraordinary teachers are likely those with years of experience, and their salary should reflect that expertise. For me, 100 yuan per hour isn't a fair reflection. You say it is. I disagree. End of story.
I don't mean this to read like an attack, because it isn't meant to be. But you have to accept that the pay you're offering simply isn't good. Telling people it's good doesn't make it good. It isn't. Period.
16 hours per week, four weeks in a month, 64 hours per month. 8000/64 = 125 p/h.
If you do 18 hours per week it comes to roughly 110 Yuan p/h.
If you do 20 'working hours' as outlined in the ad, that comes to 100 Yuan per hour.
It's a poor salary however you dress it up, and so the OP was right. You'll be lucky to find anyone who'll take it as seriously as you'd like for that money. Sorry, but that there is the truth. Don't make adverts telling prospective teachers how 'very good' the salary is, when it clearly isn't.
If you want 'extraordinary' and 'highly professional' teachers, (or at least teachers who act professionally) pay them accordingly.
Yep, 15 Yuan is much more reasonable. It's nice to see that you value your customers, Barbara, and as i said in my original review, Slice of Heaven is a great place. The Friday pizza deal is a genuine bargain, and it's a cool little place to hang out for drinks too.