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Asked by Ms.Leanne from United Kingdom | Jul. 27, 2010 20:54
About:China Embassy in U.K.

Hi

I worked in shanghai legally as a teacher in 2005, I had a t.e.f.l certificate then. I left in 2007 to get my degree. I have been told by a teaching company in china that my two years teaching is not recognised by the Chinese government because it was before I graduated. Is this true? Many thanks!

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Answered by Mr.JOHNNASH from China | Jul. 28, 2010 22:08
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Ms.Leanne, I don't think so, it is recognised by the Chinese government because you have teh t.e.f.i certificate.
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