In 2009 we each left our homes in the US and the UK to begin our international teaching careers. We have since been teaching at International schools in Qatar and Kuwait, and China. After our son’s birth in China we went to England for two years, then it was back to Doha where it all started. Another two year stint and on to Abu Dhabi, UAE for two more years. Thanks to the pandemic and 8 years in the Middle East we decided it was time to move on. We headed back to Asia and landed in Singapore. Mr T is teaching in a British international school and me and Little T are living our best lives as unschoolers discovering new learning opportunities everyday and everywhere.
Out playing Pokémon Go, May 2022
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Thanks for the follow – I can’t wait to hear about your experiences in Tianjin!
Very cool! You guys must be having quite the adventure!
Found your blog via expat blog, great to read about fellow teachers in china! Do you have a way of following you on bloglovin, I. Can’t seem to find u?
Hi, I’m from ITV News in London, just seen the explosion in Tianjin. Can we speak to you about your experience as Brits living in the city? Please email me, Ed
Hi, we are currently in Berkshire. I have a number here of Chris Boobier who works at Wellington College in Tianjin. He is currently in the city but please remember that it is 4.50am there. Here is his number: +86122961813. Let me know if you need anything else. Andy Turner
Thanks Andy. I tried the number but it doesn’t seem to work, can you just double check it?
That is definitely his mobile number in China. The explosion was quite a way out of the main city. For somebody who was close by you should call TEDA school or Tianjin International School and ask to speak to a teacher. They are
Yes, just woke him up… He’s 40km away he says so he didn’t see or hear anything. Do you know anyone closer to the explosion area?
Try calling TEDA school in 4hours. They are about 5 km away.