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jonthtang
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I write about teaching, travel and things that I find interesting.
If you want to learn more about me, my travel and activities blog can be found at http://thejtang.com

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by jonthtang
3 years ago
A Guide to Chongwu - The Last Remaining Coastal Fort of Southern China

Images of modern China bring to mind drab, concrete jungles with little personality, but beautiful pockets of traditional architecture remain. In this article, I visited Chongwu, an ancient fort that was built in the 1300s to defend the area against marauding pirates.

Travel & Places
by jonthtang
3 years ago
Zhanglicun: The Only Village Where Traditional Regional Architecture Survives

Zhanglicun is a small village with the largest collection of beautiful local architecture that was widespread in Southern Fujian a hundred years ago. With China's modernization, a lot of these residences have become victims of the wrecking ball or lost among the concrete high-rise apartments.

Travel & Places
by jonthtang
3 years ago
Air Asia X Business Class Review

When taking Air Asia, a budget airline with a wide geographic spread in Asia and Australia, is it worth paying extra for Business Class? This review looks at what AirAsia provides for its Business Class customers.

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by jonthtang
3 years ago
ESL Activities with Playdoh - Part 2

This is a continuation of my previous article on the potential of using Playdoh as a medium for teaching ESL. Of course, the ideas can be substituted for any other similar modeling material, such as plasticine and modeling clay.

Travel & Places
by jonthtang
3 years ago
Singapore's Gardens by the Bay - Worth a Visit?

As one of Singapore's newest attractions, Gardens by the Bay has been featured in almost every picture of the city's waterfront area. Understandably, this has generated quite a bit of interest, but what exactly lies within the two domes?

Business & Money
by jonthtang
3 years ago
3 Things New Teachers Should Look For in an ESL School

As a new ESL teacher, what are some things you might want to consider when choosing your first school to work for, especially if it is a private institution? This article gives five things you should clarify with your potential employer before you get locked into an unhappy contract with a school.

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by jonthtang
3 years ago
ESL Activities with Playdoh - Part 1

Many people overlook the educational power of playdoh in ESL lessons for teenagers/young adults. Through sharing the activities that I have used in class, I hope that more people would consider Playdoh as a educational tool when teaching English.

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