Expats asked to teach English in China

A non-profit social club in downtown Jing’an District is calling for expats to join them and provide free English lessons for poor children in the community because the English school they planned to work with has been closed. Bless.

The social club, named Sunday Youth but known bizarrely as the Good Man Club among young people in Jing’an, has attracted more than 3,000 local residents and expats since it was started on July 19. “We are now facing a problem in teaching those kids coming from poor families, because of the lack of teachers and educational resources,” said Qian Changhao, the chairman of the club.

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