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This is from the British Foreign Office advisory on China
An increasing number of British nationals are becoming
attracted to opportunities to teach English in China. Most of those who do
so have an extremely positive and enjoyable experience. However, some have
experienced difficulties. The most common problems encountered arise from
being faced with living or working conditions that do not meet
expectations and complications over obtaining the correct visas and
residence permits. There have also been complaints of breach of contract,
confiscation of passports and of payment being withheld.
More information here.