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Fu hsing (Fuxing) hiring fewer native speakers for bilingual program

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Re: Fu hsing (Fuxing) hiring fewer native speakers for bilingual program

Postby jlick » 08 Sep 2011, 20:32

http://www.fhjh.tp.edu.tw/eng_www/index.html

There's a Job Opportunities link in the upper right.
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Re: Fu hsing (Fuxing) hiring fewer native speakers for bilingual program

Postby gavmasterflash » 11 Apr 2016, 15:51

Anyone work here now? Would appreciate any info from current or recent teachers. Can PM me if you like, thanks.
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