Are you interested in Chinese culture and/or the travel & tourism industry? If you are, there is an opportunity for you to spend three weeks in the home of a Chinese family in an historical village! 

The Jinhua Municipal Government of Zhejiang Province, China, plans to preserve the original cultural atmosphere of Jinhua historical villages, while developing them for travel and ecotourism. To do so, they are looking for BC students, teachers and/or recent graduates to help promote homestay tourism in Jinhua's historical villages.

During the stay, you will have the opportunity to learn about Chinese traditional culture, witness the beauty of the historial architecture, and experience life with a Chinese family!

June 24 - July 14, 2017 - Suoyuan Village

  • Application Deadline: April 15

September 6 - 26, 2017 - Siping and Shanjing Village

  • Application Deadline: June 15

For more details on this opportunity, visit www.jinhua-homestay.com or contact Mrs Xu Shufang at info@jinhua-homestay.com.

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