Ages 18-29 years Become Au Pair in China      


LoPair Ambassadors are a group of returnees of LoPair Au Pair China program, also known as LoPair Overseas Representatives in some countries. They enjoy serving potential applicants in each respective areas by providing tips on the application and practical suggestions before their departure, using their personal experience and know-hows to the fullest. Surely you will get to know more hands-on information about the program and positively start your new journey with the help and sharing of LoPair ambassadors.

Below are some of our LoPair ambassadors worldwide:



During the past two years I had been an au pair in the US, in China and in Australia. I can honestly say that the 6 months I spend in Beijing had been the best time between all. I loved everything about China and about being an au pair in China, that's why now I am happy to help other people to live such an amazing experience. Be an au pair means live an adventure that you will remember for your whole life, be an au pair in China it is more, it changes your life in a better way.

Drop a line to Santhel:


Hope is a German-American college junior at Indiana University from Maryland. At IU, She studies Global Health & Environmental Development and Chinese. She became a LoPair au pair after she graduated high school in 2013. Hope has expected a program that would throw her into a completely different culture but more importantly, she wanted an organization that would be there for me when I needed them and give me my money's worth. With the arrival orientation, weekly Chinese lessons, monthly culture lessons, and overall great staff, she felt that her expectations with LoPair were exceeded. She loves her current role at LoPair because she knows the exact situation every future au pair is in--the excitement, the nervousness, and the questions racing through young au pairs’ mind.

Drop a line to Hope:


I am currently a student studying in my third and final year of Physics at the University of York. After enjoying my au pair experience in Beijing, I want to help more people reach China. I often find people are intimidated by such a different place I want to assure people that not only is China a fun and exciting country to visit, but it is also tremendously welcoming to foreigners. I’m here to help anyone who needs it, and to put people’s minds at rest, time spent au pairing is time well spent. 我爱中国!

Drop a line to Harry:
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