Au Pair China

CHINA / Numadi Work and Travel

More and more Au Pairs choose China as their gap year destination because they are attracted by rich Chinese culture and its fascinating landscape. For the time-honored history of the country – compared to the rest of the world – it is influenced by many different cultures and still offers a great cultural variety.

Our host families mostly live in Shanghai, either in suburban areas or downtown areas. Most Chinese families live in apartments and only have one kid due to China’s Single Child policy. There are some families who have two kids but usually no more than that. No matter where your host family lives, you can be sure that it’s a comfortable home where you will have your own room.

Living with a host family will give you an up-close experience of everyday life within an exceptional Chinese family, while creating opportunities for you to teach people about your country and culture as well.More and more Au Pairs choose China as their gap year destination because they are attracted by rich Chinese culture and its fascinating landscape. For the time-honored history of the country – compared to the rest of the world – it is influenced by many different cultures and still offers a great cultural variety.

Contact details:
+61435452563
Email: info@numadi.com

Visit our website: https://numadi.com/

Program time span: 3 months-12 months You give: 35 hours of childcare per week You get: Approx. $350 NZD pocket money+ $350 ticket stipend ( Transport allowance) /month You study: 3 hours of Mandarin classes/week ( Paid for by family ) You get: 1.5 days off each week You get: Up to $2290 NZD as ticket stipend You get: Accident insurance You get: Visa application & renewal fee reimbursement

Expires: Apr 30, 2019

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