"He has a day job and I guess he's looking to do a little illegal moonlighting.
Shannon tried to talk me into part time teaching once. I said "No - I don't want to screw up my evenings and weekends and I don't need the…"
"You clearly don't speak American. And the name of his website is clearly deceptive in that his explanation of the use of "an" is any indication, he doesn't speak English as a native language. Maybe a better name for his website…"
"Do you think you would get this sort of job if you arrived now? I think that the regulations have been tightened a lot. I know that you have family connections, but someone just arriving wouldn't have that,"
"4 Good Companies?
English Last, Chicken Street, YouOne and Baby Eater's. Hahahahaha
He's a Yank, do you think he could put up with all the BS, and the massive salaries that these firm's offer? Unlikely."
"One other piece of helpful advice. Companies in China like you to give a demo class before they offer you a job, so it is better to visit them in person (English First, Wall Street, Meten, etc.) than apply online. "
"I disagree about it being "of questionable legality". It is clearly illegal, whether on a tourist, business or moonlighting on a work permit. Now that the PSB (police) and Immigration computers are in contact it is far more likely to be…"
How is everything with you, I picked interest on you after going through your short profile and deemed it necessary to write you immediately. I have something very vital to disclose to you, but I found it difficult to express myself here, since it's a public site.Could you please get back to me on:(firstname.lastname@example.org ) for the full details.