How do you become a martial arts movie star if you aren't Chinese? We asked UK-born actor, fight director and filmmaker Ted Duran, a member of our Generation UK: China Network.
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Captain of the Egyptian national women’s football team, Faiza Heider, told us how she overcame barriers to become a successful player and coach.
Rose Delamare describes how her view of Colombia has changed since she moved there to teach as an English language assistant six months ago.
We asked John McEvoy, who is taking part in the British Council's English Language Assistant programme in Québec, how Canadian French differs from the French spoken in France.
Cristina Cabal has been teaching for 26 years. She shares some of her top tips for keeping students motivated.
Elliot Douglas, who is currently on our English Language Assistants programme, explains how a local dialect showed him a different side to Germany.
Who are the most compelling new voices of contemporary UK literature? Ahead of the British Council Literature Seminar in Berlin, we interviewed author Bernardine Evaristo.
What should you do when you're not teaching as an English language assistant? We asked Faye Briscoe, who is on a teaching placement at a primary school in France.
As Chinese people around the world prepare to welcome the Year of the Rooster, Clare Kelly and Gemma Squires of Dane Royd school in England suggest how your school can join.
A year abroad comes with many challenges. Sam Pollard, who is on our English Language Assistants programme in Mexico right now, explains how to make the most of the experience.