posted ESL Teacher new in Weifang
on the China forum on November 27, 2014:
posted CHRISTIAN JEW IN QIDONG
on the China forum on November 26, 2014:
replied to the thread China divorce
on the China forum:
My wife lives in China and I was about to move to be with her in retirement but she now does not want a future with me. We married in Australia but can we apply for the divorce in China? Still hoping to retire to Nanning
replied on November 24, 2014 with:
You can go to Nanning and get divorced at the marriage office. Very easy and the cost is 20 yuan I think. I lived in Nanning for three years married to a Chinese woman. That was the biggest mistake of my life!! Back in the States now. No where like home.
replied on September 19, 2014 with:
You could contact the Oz embassy in China for advice.
posted Moving to Tianjin
on the China forum on November 20, 2014:
posted New Chinese/US Visa Regs
on the China forum on November 18, 2014:
The British Council is recruiting a team of experienced, qualified and motivated EFL professionals, Examiners and Examiner Trainers to join their growing IELTS business in China.
A reader commented on the Expat Report Having a Baby in Guangzhou, China
replied most recently with:
Hi there - my major concern about this report is the comment that 6 out of 7 woment were persuaded to have a C-section! I also was pregnant in China with my first child (many years ago now) & chose to return home to Australia to have her for this very reason - i.e. my doctor in China was adamant that I would need a C-section whereas when I returned home I was told it was totally unnecessary. China has a very high % of C-sections and I don't feel this is a good thing - either for the mother (especially long term) or for the baby unless there's a sound medical reason.
A reader replied recently with:
it's ridiculous to be 'convinced' to have major surgery,
how could anyone reccomend that when as with any surgery there is always a risk? 6 out of 7 women do not need c-sections. it just means more money for the doctors.