With the recent changes to Chinese regulations concerning after school tutoring services, a lot of independent freelance ESL teachers are wondering what opportunities still exist in that market.
In this podcast I am joined by Cheri Gipson who runs a Facebook group for teacher-entrepreneurs and Minji Xu who also runs a service to help teachers reach and better understand Chinese clients.
We talk about how the Chinese Central Government’s “double reduction policy” has impacted major ESL companies, to what extent it affects private tutors, and what options are open for them now.
You can check Cheri’s Teacherpreneur Tips and Tricks Facebook Group here.
Or catch up with her latest YouTube Channel content here.
Minji Xu has a very informative blog about Chinese students which you should read here.
Or you can book her services on her improveyourbookings.com website here.
The author of this post lives in Japan with his wife and family. He has taught English part-time (online and off) for more than a decade. He is passionate about WordPress consulting, online marketing and using the power of the internet to help people achieve their dreams.
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