Are you ready for a lesson in art and history, all while teaching English in one of China's most beautiful cities? Look no further than Hangzhou, home to the stunning West Lake.
The West Lake, with its lucid waters and lush greenery, has long been a source of inspiration for poets and artists throughout Chinese history. And thanks to preservation efforts, it continues to be a sight to behold. The Zhejiang Museum, located at the foot of the Yuhuang mountain and extending to the West Lake, is a prime example of architecture blending seamlessly with its natural surroundings.
But the beauty of the West Lake isn't just limited to the museum. Over 180 cultural sites have been renewed, with the western section of the lake restored to its former glory during the Ming dynasty (1368-1644). In 2011, the West Lake was even added to the UNESCO World Heritage list.
Not only will you be able to admire this breathtaking scenery while teaching English in Hangzhou, but you'll also be able to learn more about Chinese culture and history. Imagine giving your students a lesson on the famous poets who were inspired by the West Lake, or taking them on a field trip to the museum.
So why not make the move to Hangzhou and immerse yourself in art, history, and natural beauty? Not to mention, the opportunity to teach English in one of China's most picturesque cities. Apply now for a teaching job in Hangzhou and experience it for yourself.
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