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TEACHING IN FAR EAST

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Teaching in the far East offers an unusual opportunity to college graduates who wish to complete their education by seeing something of the world before settling down to the everyday work of life. This should appeal to men intellectually inclined, who have a love of adventure and of travel over unbeaten paths. The experience of living in the Orient for a year presents educational possibilities which mere travelling cannot give, as it brings a man into intimate touch with the life of the people, and enables him to study it under the most favorable conditions. Now that the importance of the Orient is beginning to be fully realized, a knowledge of this part of the world is of great value in many branches of business or political activity. The opportunity to secure teaching positions in the far East, as outlined in yesterday's CRIMSON, should appeal to those men who desire to teach and to enjoy foreign travel and experience.

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