A LoPair au pair in China you are always regarded a part of the family and the host will include you in their family activities. As a “family member” you will learn to share responsibilities and contribute to make life in the family easier with less hassle.
Therefore on top of providing care to the host siblings, you are always welcome to provide a helping hand in the times where families need, although generally you are not responsible for housework that does not relate to the children’s or communal living areas. But we encourage that you could help your host parents do some cooking or some easy housework.
Family ID: 151007
Children: 1 girl
languageuages Spoken: Both Parent speak Mandarin like native and can speak Fair English
No smoking, prefer from Europe, North America or Oceania, knows how to cook,Kind, sincere, honest and patient
Dear au pair,
I and My whole family very expect you can come to my home. Let's me introduce our family and way I want to invite you to my home!
My name is Sara, I have one furniture shop in Beijing with my husband, There are five people living in my home, me and my husband we have a daughter and my parents we are living together ，my daughter is seven years old .she will go to an international school for grade one this year, I hope she can learn English as soon as possible, this way I want to invite a au pair to my home.
My home around convenient for transportation, My house is a loft apartment, total six bedrooms ,my parents living in first floor, if you choose to my home, you can live at second floor with me and my daughter. You will own a room and bathroom by yourself! My parents very kind and cook foods very delicious!
Finally, sorry about my terrible Chinglish, because I need you help me and my daughter improve our English! I believe we will have one wonderful time!
Your friend Sara