How to teach English in Macau
Living in MacauKnown as the Las Vegas of the East, Macau has much more to offer than casinos. The region is a former Portuguese colony, and this influence can be seen in Macau’s streets and architecture, which have a distinctly European feel. Besides experiencing the world-class restaurants and cafes, residents can enjoy bicycling and hiking around Macau. Many choose to escape from the crowds of the densely-populated main peninsula by spending time on the less crowded islands, which are accessible by bridge. Cantonese is the most-spoken language in Macau, although many Macanese will speak some Mandarin as well. Because Macau is a popular tourist destination, many people also know English.
Teaching TEFL in Macau
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Macau at a glance
Language: Cantonese, Portuguese
Currency: Macanese pataca (MOP)
Government: Special Administrative Region of the People's Republic of China
Size: 29 square kilometers
Portuguese and Cantonese are the official languages of Macau.
Macau is actually a special administrative region (SAR) of the People's Republic of China and, its official capital city is Beijing.
Macau is the only place in China where gambling is legal
Though Macau is a part of China but it has its own currency. The currency of Macau is called Macanese Pataca.
Macau is one of the most densely populated regions in the world.
Macau became the first and last Asian country to become a European colony, the last Portuguese governor left in 1999.
The A-Ma Temple, located in the southeast of the Macau Peninsula, is the oldest temple in the region. It was constructed in the year of 1488 of the Ming Dynasty