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Teach English in JiaXing

Jiaxing is one of the many cities where Echo Teachers has ESL teaching jobs for overseas workers. No experience of teaching is required and if you've got a Batchelors degree or higher and English is either your first language or your have a high proficiency in the English language, then you are eligible to teach English in China.

There is a high demand for English teachers in China from abroad which means that you're paid a good salary, and this makes teaching the ideal job for people who would like to earn money and travel around South East Asia in their spare time. Please see our guide to teaching in China and traveling around Asia for more information about how to do this.

About JiaXing

Chinese Name: 嘉兴 (jiā xīng)
Location:
 Situated in northeastern Zhejiang Province, central part of the Yangtze Delta, Jiaxing holds an advantaged geographic location, adjacent to the Taihu Lake in the north. It lies across the Hangzhou Bay from Shaoxing and Ningbo and connects to Huzhou in the west. Located on the route between Suzhou and Hangzhou, it is no more than one hundred kilometers (62 miles) from Shanghai, Suzhou and Hangzhou.
Attractions
 Water towns are the most distinctive landscape of Jiaxing. 
 Lakes:
 South Lake: The Lake gained its name for its location in the south of the city. In Tang Dynasty (618-907), it has become a well-known attraction for its enchanting natural landscape. The mid-lake islet was formed by the deposition of earth left after the completion of a fosse in Ming Dynasty (1368-1644).
 Nanbei Lake: As a matter of fact, it is a reservoir built relying on the seaside lagoons, being divided into north and south parts with many sights in it, including pavilions and hills.
 Towns:
 Wuzhen: 17 kilometers (11 miles) north of Tongxiang City, the town of Wuzhen is crowned as one of the six ancient towns south of the Yangtze River with a history of more than one thousand years. It displays its profound historical and cultural accumulations in the four crossed old streets, stone bridges above the mild waters and a multitude of Ming and Qing buildings on the sides of the time-honored streets.
 Xitang: This elegant historic town boasts of its 250 thousand square kilometers (62 acres) complex of Ming and Qing architecture that is well preserved. It is built along river, and has 27 stone bridges, 122 old lanes and many corridors that constitute the primary characteristic of the ancient town.
 Other Scenic Spots: Haining Leather Town, Yanguan Seawall, East Lake Scenic Area
Jiaxing Travel Tips
 History: Jiaxing was a place of fish and rice. More than 7,000 years ago, there were inhabitants living on fishery and animal husbandry. It made a great progress in economy during the Sui Dynasty (581-618) due to the construction of the Jiang Nan He, Hangzhou to Zhenjiang section of the Grand Canal. The canal helped the region to be a bread basket in southeast of China, and a place wealthy in cotton fabric and silk.
 Physical Features: The terrain of the area is flat and low, generally descending from the south to the north. Water-filled depressions are mainly distributed in the area nearby the Taihu Lake. Within the city, plain areas crisscrossed by a net work of rivers and trenches.
 Local Highlights: Jiaxing South Yangtze River Culture Festival (in South Lake during October to November)
China International Qiantang Tidal Bore Festival (in Haining City in the sixth day of the eighth lunar month)
Nanbei Lake Tour Festival (in Haiyan County during April to May)
 Special Local Products: water chestnut of South Lake, blue calico (Blue printed colored or flower cloth) of Tongxiang City, silk floss of Wuzhen.

JiaXing Climate

Jiaxing is located in the southern margin of the northern subtropical zone, belongs to the East Asian monsoon region, winter and summer monsoon alternation, four distinct seasons, moderate temperature, abundant rain, sunshine, with spring humid, hot summer, dry autumn, cold winter characteristics, because of the mid-latitude, summer humid and rainy weather is much shorter than winter dry and cold weather. The average annual temperature is 15.9 degrees Celsius. The annual average precipitation is 1168.6 millimeters. The average annual sunshine is 2017 hours.

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