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    Dajia hao! (Hello everybody!) :)My name is Jovana, and I work as a coordinator in the agency called OuBei AuPair, located in Shanghai. Our task is to match the host families all around China with the Au Pairs all around the world, to break the barriere between the west and the east. If you're still willing to find out more, keep reading :)I'll be honest with you, this is not about the money and the real job, more like cultural exchange. What we offer you is to live with the Chinese family, accomondation and food, all the necessary papers for the chinese visa, as well as all the costs for the insurance, Mandarin classes 4 hours per week, reimbursement money for your flight ticket, pocket money of minimum 1000 RMB is guaranteed (which is around 150 US dollars), bonus money at the end of contract, Au Pair activities, availability 24/7 for the emergency, and a lot more. If you work more than 30 hours per week, it's up to you whether you want more free time or more cash. Chinese families are a little bit different from the western host families, and here's why:  Most of them are generous and they'll take you with them wherever they travel, you can see some amazing places without a penny spent. Also, most of them have their own maid/driver/cooker, but they pay a lot of attention to the education of their kids. So basically your job is to teach them English and play with them just a couple of hours per day. Sounds amazing, doesn't it? I, myself, was an Au Pair here for 9 months and I liked it so much that I've decided to stay in Shanghai :) If you think this sounds too good to be true, check out our facebook page https://www.facebook.com/OuBeiAuPair/?ref=hlWe started our business a few months ago, so this is not a scam. If you're interested, please send me a request for the application form, and I'll gladly send you one. You can reach me at jovana@aupair-qn.com, or add me on skype: jovanajbtkonj. If you have any questions/doubts, do not hesitate to contact me.Have a nice day :)Jovana

  • Who is an au pair?

    A foreign exchange student is a foreign youth who comes to China and your family for cultural exchanges. They are the oldest children in addition to the mom and  dad of the family. So, as au pairs, they will help your family to learn foreign language, help cultivate children's character, take care of their children's daily life, send children to school and then pick them up, counsel with their homework and take part of the light housework. During the program, from3 month to 1 year, au pairs will actively participate in family life, having dinner together, sharing culture, participating in the entertainment and recreation, etc.. With the development of economy and trade exchanges between America and China, more and more foreigners want to know about Chinese culture as well as more and more Chinese people want to explore the western culture. It chanced to the mutual exchange program provides a platform for cultural exchange.

  • What is the ultimate goal the host family want to achieve through the "Cultural Ambassador" project?

    Because each family, each child's situation is different, the project goal also is notthe same.Some families want to complete the English Enlightenment for learning language in the golden age.Some are for children to prepare for the international schools or for the language counseling before their immigration and studying abroad such as: AB, IB courses. TOEFL, IELTS, etc..But it is also an important target of the project is to help foreigners know a real China, learn Chinese and promote Chinese culture in order to achieve the cultural exchanges through the long-term communication between au pairs and host families. 

Contact Us

  • hotline1: 021-35352226
  • hotline2: 021-35352225
  • Skype: phoebe04050314
  • Facebook: sunny dong
  • Wechat: candytang13585589334
  • Email: hhs3@oubeiaupair.com
  • Add.: Room 1110, Tower2, Oriental Blueocean Plaza, No.1728 Huang Xing Rd, Yang Pu District, Shanghai, China.
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