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Organising Voluntary Projects, Internships and Gap Years since 1994.

CHINA ... 'Ni Hao' and Welcome!
Eastern Mysticism, The Inscrutable Orient, China is a treasure trove of diverse cultures, breathtaking scenery and historical & cultural wonders! It's also rapidly becoming a world major power. There's no better time to experience this tantalisingly different land

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Turtle Conservation on Hainan Island in China
Rescue, Rehabilitate, Research, Raise, and Release – that's how this project is trying to break the cycle of sea turtle poaching and consumption around Hainan Island.
Get hands-on experience helping in working in rescuing illegally captured sea turtles, rehabilitating injured turtles, raising hatchlings poached from distant islands, and releasing turtles back into their natural habitat.

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Panda Conservation in China
Work in the largest Panda base in China, where the focus is on protecting and building a safe environment in which to begin the reintroduction of Giant Pandas into the wild.
There are only 1,600 pandas left. They are listed as the most endangered species in the world, making this experience a true once in a lifetime opportunity.

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1-Week Chinese Cultural Immersion Programme
Learn about the rich cultural life of China in a fun-filled week of meeting the local people, tasting the local cuisine, learning about Chinese customs and exploring.
Visit the Confucius Temple make dumplings, practice calligraphy, taste oil tea, learn some rituals, visit village family homes ... and learn to understand the Chinese customs and beliefs.

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Teach Children in a Kindergarten in Yangzhou
Use games to teach English to enthusiastic (and very cute!) Chinese children. You'll be teaching and caring for younger children from ages 3 up to 6. No qualifications required, all you need is a big smile and your creativity You'll use games and activities to teach the children English in an informal, interactive setting.
If you have skills in Arts & Crafts or Music, you can also use these effectively.

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Teach English to Children at a School in Yangzhou
Yangzhou is is as yet undiscovered city in China that is delightful. One of the joys of this project is that you'll assist in a lovely school in Yangzhou ... and you'll have the added bonus of assisting at a Kindergarten, too.
No qualifications required, but you should be able to commit to 4 months in length.

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Mandarin Language Courses at the University of Yantai
Take Mandarin Language courses at the University of Yantai in Shandong Province. A typical class size is 25 students, and the teaching staff are professors or lecturers who are accredited and experienced in teaching Mandarin to foreign students.
The course is designed to immerse international students in the Chinese language and culture. All areas of the language will be covered in your course: reading, writing, speaking, listening, grammar, phonetics and vocabulary.

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Make the most of your time there! To help you do that, we've put together some exciting activities, courses and tours that you can add to your itinerary. These are designed to be fun, but also to enable you to learn, and expand your personal and professional development enjoyment ... but mostly for your enjoyment! :-)

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I would recommend this placement to everyone and anyone - its easily the best move I have ever made. The experience I am gaining while in China is beyond invaluable. Louis Potter, Travellers China Volunteer.

Wow, this place is unlike anything I've ever seen before, but everything's great. Thank you so much for making this happen. This is the best thing I have ever done." Robert Sutton

I would do this placement again and again. I saw more of China in those 2 months than I would have in a whole year of independent travel. Suhrid Joshi