LoPair Au Pair China Program
LoPair Au Pair China Program Programs
What better way to hone your Mandarin, acquire hands-on work experience, and experience a new culture than this unique opportunity. Join LoPair Au Pair China, the 2017 IAPA...
Hoping to experience life in China? Work with LoPair Au Pair China, the winner of the 2017 IAPA Au Pair of the Year! We offer an opportunity that helps you enjoy an action-packed...
Nǐ hǎo! Grab this chance to experience Chinese culture and family life with the help of LoPair Au Pair China, the only award-winning au pair agency in the country! For...
Sign up for this award-winning cultural exchange program offered by LoPair! Hailed the 2017 IAPA Au Pair of the Year Award Winner, it gives you lifetime experiences in one...
LoPair Au Pair China Program Reviews
Submitted by JuliiMelii - Colombia Colombia | December 12, 2017
I think my family is the best, they really took care of me like their own, every one in this family make me feel confortable, I learned a lot of cultural things with them... I had to change the family because they are going to take vacations and they will leave the country.
A journey in the Chinese culture
Submitted by Davide.criscuolo - UNIPEGASO | December 05, 2017
My experience in China is being one of the greatest adventure in my life. The lo pair agency helped me out in any “difficult” situation offering me full support on all fronts when needed and helping me out to understand more the Chinese culture and helping me developing my love for it. Thanks to them, i expanded my horizons and i’ll Definitely try to go back to China, a place that now, I personally love.
Submitted by Sara.I - Ningbo Switzerland | November 24, 2017
I stayed in Ningbo for 4 months. I had a great overall experience. My family was absolutely wonderful. I had to teach my host kids (7y old) French and English. I had a very good relationship to the kids as well as to any other member of the family. Most family members didn't speak English, but we were still able to get along with each other well. My family let me experience Chinese culture very deeply and was always interested in explaining me things their culture and Chinese history.
Best experience of my Life
Submitted by Rosa - Shanghai China | November 08, 2017
I don't know how to put in words how amazing my host family is. They've given me so much love and support since day 1 and still continue to do everyday. I appreciate the fact that they don't hover and give me my space. They're open minded and full of life.? I am so grateful for them and thank them for entrusting me with their little one. Everyday is an adventure with Lena. Lena has captured my heart completely, that little girl makes a difference by simply smiling. She's fierce and full of humor. Her personality is fun and outgoing, and its contiguous. She's so free spirited and intelligent. She's so good and kind hearted. It breaks my heart knowing I'll be leaving soon. I only wish I had more time with my host family. They have made every hardship in China worth it.
Lucky to meet my family
Submitted by Lina - Shenzhen China | November 03, 2017
It's been almost 6 months since I met my host family for the first time. Under this 6 month our relationship have become better and better and now when it's almost time for me to leave, I have a relationship with this three people that I never thought I would have. I left my comfort zone, I started a new life, in a new country with a family I didn't even knew then. And I never been so afraid. Now I often think how luckily I was to end up in this family. They are always there for me. Make me laugh, support me when I'm sad, stand by my side when I'm scared. They give me advise and help me even when I don't ask for it. They are not only "just a host family" that gives me food and a room to stay in. They are my best friends that gave me a home and days filled with warmth and love. We talk a lot and we do things together and I think that is one of the main things if you want to have a good relationship with your host family. We don't even have to talk special stuff, I tell them almost everything even if it's important or not. We make jokes and teas each other which leads to a lot of laugther.
You get what you give and that also means that you have to help your host family and make them a favor sometimes. Show that you care your host kid and that will soon or later also turn in to trust, both from the parents and the kid. Just be yourself and always be kind, then it will turn out good.
Just by going to China I've got the little sister I always wanted and I will be forever grateful that I met my wonderful family!