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6 reasons to do Au pair in Beijing

Many youths choose to take up an au pair role for their gap year and China has become a hotspot for youths looking to get involved in this program. This is due to the fact that China is a highly developing country and has great potential for boosting businesses, especially Beijing and Shanghai, which encompass the ...
Jun 12, 2017 Suzy  Read:1218

Chinese daily life---“衣食住行”

Chinese focus on the daily necessities of life which are; “衣” which means“clothes”,“食”which means“food”,“住” which means“accommodation” and “行” which means“transportation”. These four aspects of life cover the majority of human needs on earth. These aspects also depict the level of development in...
Nov 10, 2017 Suzy  Read:1026

Scams endemic to Shanghai, Shenzhen, Beijing, for Au Pairs in China

This article is originally from The American Citizen Services (ACS) unit’s website, we found it is quite useful for some expats who visit china in the first time. So we put here:
Jun 14, 2017 youth  Read:692
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9 Things Never to Do in China

When you work, study or do Au Pair in China, you all need to learn some tips to get along well with Chinese people. This article may save you from certain embarrassment and possibly even outright humiliation one day in China. It gives you ten important tips on what not to do if you really want to win friends and m...
Dec 15, 2017 dummies.com  Read:550

What to pack for your stay in China

I know that I for one panicked about what to pack for my trip to China, knowing that I would have only 25 kilos to pack up my wardrobe and all essentials to get me through the next six months in this foreign country. Here are some tips from what I've learned on what you'll need and what you won't need to bring ...
Nov 14, 2017 Mentor Corner  Read:644

Chinese daily life---“衣食住行”

Chinese focus on the daily necessities of life which are; “衣” which means“clothes”,“食”which means“food”,“住” which means“accommodation” and “行” which means“transportation”. These four aspects of life cover the majority of human needs on earth. These aspects also depict the level of development in...
Nov 10, 2017 Suzy  Read:1026

How to choose an agency to au pair to China?

When you search “Au Pair China” or “Au Pair **(Chinese city)”, you could find out tons of agencies/websites which are all saying we are the “leading”, “best”, and “most valued”. But do you believe some of top reviews are paid to pu online? In this article we will tell you how to choose an agency as you ca...
Jun 22, 2017 youth  Read:422

Being an Au Pair in China : Chris’s Testimonial

Hey, my name is Chris, and I’m an Au Pair for the company. I’m originally from Austin, Texas in the United States and plan to live in Shanghai for a long time. I’m the kind of guy who loves doing something different constantly and there’s always something exciting happening in Shanghai. I love music, films, and...
Jun 22, 2017 youth  Read:392

Au Pair program procedures

An Au pair is a young adult who goes abroad for a longer time to live with a local family. The Au-pair gets full board and lodging in exchange for taking care of the children and doing some light chores. The Au pair program in China started in 2009 and is slightly different than the normal program in...
Jun 21, 2017 youth  Read:461

The Job Hunt: How to Become an Au Pair in China

Unlike most expats in China, my adventure didn’t start with being sent here by a company nor finding a teaching job online back in my country. Instead, I chose to become an au pair or nanny in China for six months.
Jun 21, 2017 youth  Read:528

Scams endemic to Shanghai, Shenzhen, Beijing, for Au Pairs in China

This article is originally from The American Citizen Services (ACS) unit’s website, we found it is quite useful for some expats who visit china in the first time. So we put here:
Jun 14, 2017 youth  Read:692

China Checklist Review

I’m back in America! I think this is the right time to go back to America. Why? I really like living in China and I have a lot of friends there!
Jun 14, 2017 youth  Read:531

Four common statements you wont hear from your host family

As an au pair, when you arrive at your Chinese host families’ home, it is normal that you may want to be extra polite and thankful whenever they support you, so you tend to say “Thank you” which is “xiexie” or “sorry” which is “duibuqi” to show this. But after a while, you discover that they rarely use thes...
Jun 12, 2017 youth  Read:487

10 rules that helped me survive in China

I stayed in China for six month as an Au-pair with a Beijing host family. In those six month I have been confronted with a lot of challenging and strange situations, and here are ten (mental) things that helped me to cope with the cultural differences: (If you wamt to know more about me and my personal experience, chec...
Jun 12, 2017 youth  Read:442

6 reasons to do Au pair in Beijing

Many youths choose to take up an au pair role for their gap year and China has become a hotspot for youths looking to get involved in this program. This is due to the fact that China is a highly developing country and has great potential for boosting businesses, especially Beijing and Shanghai, which encompass the ...
Jun 12, 2017 Suzy  Read:1218
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