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I've done some tech writing in the past, and been on this list a while, but
the last five years I've been teaching English or Computer Science in
China. I'm a Canadian, but enjoy travel and the expat life.
Now I'm ready to move on, I'd even like to get real job again, but I'm
not really wanting to leave Asia.
The obvious possibility would be India, probably Bangalore. I've sent
off a few resumes via Monster India without much reaction. I suspect
they're mostly looking for cheap new grads.
Quanzhou, Fujian, China
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