Work in a growing bakery in East Asia that supplies baked goods to local coffee shops along the Silk Road, or manage one of the coffee shops. Passion for baking, coffee, and training others needed.
Learn Chinese language and culture on location in the heart of the Silk Road. One-on-one learning options are available, as are two- to six-student class environments. Partner with both local and expatriate brothers and sisters.
Work with partners along the Silk Road and around the world in an import/export business. Focus on goods such as food products, coffee, textiles, and possibly others. Be willing to invest significant time in the global business market.
Provide educational support for three children -- ages 10, 8, and 7 years old -- of a family working with national and international partners at the threshold of the Silk Road. Study Chinese on the side. Build local relationships and support local work.
Work with children, youth, or young adults in an international fellowship planted strategically along the Silk Road. Build relationships with expats from around the world. A visa can be acquired by studying the language locally. Applicants should have the ability to adapt in a complex international environment.