Being in the process of finding an internship in China I realized is quite hard. If You are studying something like marketing, economics or logistics then You will find more jobs than You can read in Your lifetime. As an IT guy however the options are way smaller. Especially since China has enough IT guys already. So I expanded my search to Chinese job websites or jobsites. You can switch the language to English on these:
JobChina Lot’s of teaching in China Jobs, but also others.
china.jobs.com small selection, jobs.com is not big in the China job segment, yet some high level positions.
1stjob-network Mix of jobs for fresh graduates and lower educated. Site is fresh and still growing.
The offers on these sites are for Chinese persons, so they implicitly assume that You can speak Mandarin if You apply. Once I run out of other options I will go for these jobs… with my beginners Chinese. Let’s see what happens.
Another option is the German chamber of commerce:
For those interested in a Japanese job check out:
For most jobs in China Westerners are not required to know fluent Mandarin Chinese. However the situation is slowly changing, because more and more Westerners learn Chinese today. Be sure to know one solid skill plus Chinese on top to get the job.