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Tutoring Without a Work Visa

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Tutoring Without a Work Visa

Postby davidlivsey » 15 May 2012, 07:51

Has anyone had any experience of this?

I'll be in Taiwan for a month in June seeing family, visiting friends, learning a bit of Mandarin and just generally chilling and I'm looking to do a bit of private tutoring on the side, specifically in Taipei.

I know that it's technically illegal, but surely it would be quite hard to prove?

Would posting ads in a university area be a good idea or pretty dumb?

Cheers for input
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Re: Tutoring Without a Work Visa

Postby funkymonkey » 15 May 2012, 10:38

Students usually want a teacher for more than a month.
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