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Pierre Cerchiaro

Pierre Cerchiaro is a contributing writer at TutorMing. He is a French expat working in Taiwan and has had both studying experience in China and Taiwan. He is passionate about the Chinese language and is a foodaholic.

Recent Posts

What is it like to work in Taiwan? Here are the pros and cons

Pierre Cerchiaro | October 22, 2019

What is it like to work in Taiwan as a foreigner?

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Do I Need to Speak Mandarin Chinese to Work in China?

Pierre Cerchiaro | August 19, 2019

According to South China Morning Post, China has become one of the largest sources of immigrants in the world and is now an increasingly attractive destination for expatriates. Indeed, its social and economic development and better career prospects appeal more and more foreigners from everywhere in the world.

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Chinese “Leftover” Women Proud of Being Single

Pierre Cerchiaro | May 15, 2019

The cyber-slang “Leftover Women” is harsh and difficult to hear. Yet, it is collected into Chinese MOE dictionary in 2006 as a new word. For some parents in China, daughters being married is so important that they do their best to encourage the daughters to reach the goal: getting married.

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Top websites to find a job in China

Pierre Cerchiaro | March 19, 2019

How to Find a Job in China Guide :
More and more foreigners realize their “Chinese dream” by moving to the Middle Kingdom whether for language purpose or professional opportunities. Indeed, China fascinates people from all over the world because of its rich and profound culture.

Since China is becoming more and more open to the world, Chinese language programs and job opportunities for foreigners are increasing year after year. In this article, we will list for you the best websites to find a job in China.

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Double 11, Chinese Shopping Addicts’ Favorite Day

Pierre Cerchiaro | November 07, 2018

Last year, on the 11th of November 2017, my teacher arrived late for the class. Her reason? 双十一 (shuāng shí yī), which is translated to the “double eleven”. What was originally celebrated as Singles’ Day, has become now the world’s biggest e-commerce holiday. 

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