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Nov 23rd 2023

A Complete Guide to Taiwan’s Language & Places to Learn

are essentially the source of pride and identity within the respective communities. 2. Mandarin Chinese Mandarin Chinese has been used as the Taiwan official language since 1945, making it the main language in Taiwan that is widely spoken. People in Taiwan have a unique Taiwanese dialect that is slightly different from Mainland China. For this reason, it’s also common to address the language spoken by native Taiwanese people as Taiwanese Mandarin. It’s true that Taiwan language adopts a
Career Development
Oct 7th 2023

Taiwan Summer Programs for a Unique Study Abroad Experience

Japan and Singapore. Taiwan is very close to all of these destinations, but is usually overlooked as these other countries are extremely popular worldwide. All offer a unique language immersion and cultural experience for a summer study abroad. Why Choose Taiwan for Studying Abroad During the Summer? Taiwan can offer many unique opportunities through a summer study abroad program. Depending on your interests, you can consider Taiwan for its: Language Opportunities The official language of Taiwan is Mandarin Chinese, and
Career Development
Sep 10th 2023

Mastering Chinese: A Guide to Learning Mandarin in Taiwan

many reasons. Taiwan is one of the safest countries in the world, in addition to being a healthy and stable democracy. People also study Chinese in Taiwan because of its low cost of living and excellent infrastructure. Learning Chinese in Taiwan has many benefits. The government of Taiwan is very supportive of foreigners who want to learn Mandarin Chinese and there are many programs and scholarships available for Chinese language learning. China Mandarin is the official language of China, making
Job Search Tips
Sep 25th 2023

How to Find Part-time Jobs As an International Student in Taiwan

ARC Alien Residence Certificate , or known short as ARC, is your identification card that acts as a proof of legal residence in Taiwan. In other words, people will know that you are legally registered as an international student at an official Taiwanese education institution if you have your ARC! International students are usually required to apply for one straight away after landing in Taiwan. 2. Work permit Every student needs to apply and obtain an official work permit issued by
Career Development
Nov 17th 2023

Living in Taiwan: the Pros, Cons, Study Opportunities & More!

one-bedroom apartment can cost anywhere between $10,000 to $30,000+ a month. Cons of Living in Taiwan 1. Language Barrier Make no mistake, Taiwan is a Chinese-speaking nation. Even if there’s a government policy to become officially bilingual by 2030. As such, it can be difficult for non-Mandarin speakers to communicate and construct a comfortable life in Taiwan. Luckily, and this is kind of a pro within a con, Taiwan is home to some of
Career Development
Aug 21st 2023

From Freelancing to Content Marketing Intern at CakeResume

My journey of becoming a content marketing intern at CakeResume actually started from working as a freelance SEO content writer with them. Let’s start from summer 2021. I was in my 3rd year of uni in Taiwan as an Indonesian student, majoring in Applied Foreign Languages. And every one of my friends already got summer jobs in restaurants and stores making bucks, while I was still volunteering online as a content writer, penniless. FOMO almost made me follow my

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