This is a 2012 interview with an American teacher and writer who to South Korea in 2008 to teach at Hanyang University in Seoul. She speaks from the perspective of someone who has been back in the United States for a year and a half.
This is a July 2011 interview with a Canadian in his mid-fifties who is now teaching English in the People’s Republic of China after teaching for a while in Taipei. He discusses the surprises he discovered, touches a bit on working conditions in both places and explains why he is more content in China than he was back in Canada.
This is a 2011 interview about training call center employees in the Philippines, particularly on how their English pronunciation can be made more neutral.
This is a the second in a two-part account many years’ experience teaching English as a Foreign Language at a Korean university in Seoul and producing textbooks for classes.
This is an account of my early experience teaching at the Buddhist university in Seoul.
This is an interview with one of the first Foreign Experts to come into China after the Cultural Revolution. She talks about life in the foreign ghetto, the Friendship Hotel, in 1979.
This is an account of teaching English at Xiamen University in China from 1985-86.