The title “Au Pair” came from the French, meaning "on a par" or "equal to", indicating that the relationship is one of equals. An Au Pair in China will be able to experience China to the fullest by living with a Chinese Host Family (or a foreign family that lives in China), providing educational assistance such as language tutoring, childcare, and carrying out some light household duties. During this experience, Au Pairs will have the chance to explore the unique Chinese culture by attending Mandarin classes, Chinese cultural courses, Au Pair Club activities, and more.
As set forth by the China Au Pair Association, an Au Pair qualified for the LoPair’s Au Pair China program must be:
between 18 to 29 years old
at least a high school graduate or the equivalent
is proficient in spoken English
is in good health, and physically fit
with no criminal record
Au Pairs must pass Interviews conducted by a LoPair Representative or its International Partner, and provide all application materials as requested. In addition, we require our Au Pairs to have openness towards the Chinese culture and lifestyle and are good at communicating with people.