Teach Abroad in Beijing, Take a Stroll Down Memory Lane on the Great Wall of China

In China they say everything has an opposite like the law of duality, and that’s how the Great Wall started over 2,500 years ago. Amazingly, to this day, it is still being being built, maintained, and fuels the economy by providing jobs and tourism. The Great Wall also holds the record as the longest running and biggest building project started in the 5th Century BC, and spans almost 13,200 thousand miles. There are many dynasties that have contributed to the Great Wall, but the most impressive parts are built by the Ming Dynasty which include the Temple of Heaven, and the Forbidden City in Beijing.

In China they say no one is above the Wall, and there’s no other experience in the world that can compare to visiting. Go ahead and take a stroll down History Lane, breathe easy, and enjoy life while teaching English abroad in Beijing.