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This city has a border with Macau to the south, is 140kms from Guangzhou to the north and 36 miles across the Pearl Delta River from Hong Kong. It is therefore situated in a very advantageous geographic location. The long coastline and modern, clean environment also contribute to making it a very popular destination for our students. It is also known locally as the ‘City of 100 islands’ although there are actually 146 islands of varying size.
The natural landscapes of Zhuhai afford it the reputation of a garden city which is a model of an ideal living environment. These attributes led to it receiving the prestigious accolade of ‘International Award for Best Practices Living Environment’ by the United Nations Centre for Human Settlement in 1999. It is a tourist destination by the sea which is clean, well laid out and beautiful. The local inhabitants are also very welcoming. Other accolades received by the city include, ‘Top Tourist City of China’, ‘State Garden Green City’, ‘State Environmental Protection Model City’, and ‘State Hygienic City’.
The major island of Zhuhai is Dong’an Island which is approximately 4.62 square kilometres in area. Hebao Island has eight white or yellow sandy beaches, whilst Danan Bay is 4,000 meters in length. Feisha Beach is in the top ten tourist attractions of Zhuhai, is 600 meters long and 200 meters wide boasting seven beaches with lots to offer in the way of swimming and other leisure activities. These are just a selection of the many islands of Zhuhai. They certainly provide a great opportunity for exploration so why not take some time out to discover them for yourself.
Close to our campus in Zhuhai there are many things to see and do including a visit to the local tea factory, the hometown of Sun Yat Sen and the New Yuanming Palace. Why not make some time to take a tour of Macau, ride the Shijingshan Cable Car or visit the peaceful islands. Due to its close proximity to the sea, there are also many fresh seafood restaurants in the city serving Chinese food at very affordable prices.
Studying one of our TEFL courses in China really is an opportunity to discover a wonderfully diverse country and will undoubtedly lead to numerous employment opportunities in the entire Asian region. Our teaching schools provide an ideal base from which to acquaint yourself with Chinese culture and launch yourself into an exciting and fulfilling EFL career.
Sunshine and heat characterise Zhuhai's sub-tropical monsoon climate. 90% of the total yearly rainfall occurs from May to October. The annual average temperature is 22.4 °C/ 72 ºF. January and February are normally the coldest months with an average temperature of 14 ºC but the temperature goes up in April. From May to September it gets hotter with an average of 28 ºC/ 88 ºF.
Zhuhai can best be described as having a sub-tropical monsoon climate with hot sunny days. 90% of annual rainfall happens in the months of May to October. January and February are the coldest months averaging 14 degrees Celsius with the temperature getting progressively warmer from April onwards, reaching a maximum of 28 degrees Celsius from May through to September.
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