Do you want to take your career to the next level, working at a cutting-edge school in one of the world’s most exciting places? Whether it’s old wisdom or new insight, all signs point to China being the hottest place for international teachers to launch or grow their careers, and make a serious impact on student learning at one of the most exciting times in recent history. Right in the middle of all this change and opportunity, NCPA has quickly grown and is being recognized for its unique approach to offering host country Chinese students an outstanding American education, and preparing them for the world’s top universities.
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Life in the Pearl River Delta
Wanda Plaza offers groceries, shopping, and IMAX movies.
Run, bike, and kayak along the picturesque Jiaomen riverfront park.
Take the metro’s Line 4 from school to central Guangzhou and as far as Baiyun International airport.
Enjoy cocktails, imported and local craft beer, pub food, and live music at Houhai Bar Street.
Pick up your work wardrobe at Uniqlo, Japan’s version of the Gap.
Nansha is a great place to be active and Decathlon has all the gear you need.
An Italian-trained chef serves up pizza and pasta at Luca.
Near the school is the ferry terminal, and Hong Kong lies just 90 minutes beyond that.
Run, walk or bike around the lake and up to the peak of tranquil Huangshan Park.
Hotel-trained chefs from New Delhi manage Yes Bar and serve up some of the best Indian food you’ll ever have. Yes, really.
The sashimi and California rolls at Lanhua Sushi are made from imported Portuguese fish.
Although Nansha is a rapidly-growing free trade zone, you can still visit traditional street markets.
Couples live in modern, furnished three-bedroom apartments with room enough for all their stuff.
Singles live in modern, furnished two-bedroom apartments. Many of them come with a view.
Just over the hill from school is Tianhou Temple, dedicated to the famous Chinese sea goddess Mazu.
Beyond the Humen Bridge lies the manufacturing hub of Dongguan, the high-tech center of Shenzhen, and beyond that the glittering skyline of Hong Kong.
Take a shaded stroll from Puzhou Garden past Tianhou Temple to Haibin Park, both just minutes from school.