Association for International Teaching Educational and Cultural Exchange (AITECE Ltd Australia)

Teaching English in China and Teacher Program


The Association for International Teaching, Educational and Curriculum Exchange (AITECE Ltd) is an independent, non-profit, international organization which recruits and sponsors teachers to provide English exposure to tertiary students in China so that a dialogue may develop and grow.   It looks for people with a sense of service and a respect for different cultures.   We seek good English teachers who are prepared not to make money, and give their expertise to others in need of it.

Chinese Architecture

“There is no doubt that I see the world differently as a result of my experience in China.   Just the ordinary things we do as human beings, because we care for one another, meant so much to the teachers and students.”   (A former teacher)


Donations and Annual Subscriptions ($50)
to AITECE Australia are welcome

Please forward to:
Reg Howard
Columban Fathers
73 Redmyre Street
Strathfield NSW 2135
Tel: 61 2 9746 0188
Thank you

Site Modified on Tuesday 1 October 2013

Editorial- Brian Jeffers considers the range of skills and abilities that foreign teachers of English in China bring to their chosen task.
A Fellow Tourist - Kate, English student of China tells of her experiences with a group of Chinese tourists to Beijing and surrounds.
AITECE Australia Teaching Program 2012 - Teacher Coordinator, Margaret Walsh, reports on the current teachers in China.
Hugh MacMahon - Brain Jeffers reports on Hugh McMahon's decision to step aside as Manager of Hong Kong Office.
An Interesting Letter - Brian Jeffers shares a letter from former student.
Beyond their studies - Peter Hancock as a volunteer to join weekly sharing group describes his involvement with the Catholic Asian Student Society associated with the Chinese Catholic Communit.
ATIECECommittee- Australian AITECE Committee Members for 2012.
The Next Challenge - Sponsors for work of AITECE.