No, an Edu Au Pair is not an employee of a company or the host family but rather a person on an exchange program with the emphasis on learning the cultural and language aspects by living and immersing themselves with a family. In many respects, the host family regards you as one of the family [...]
A timetable is arranged with the host family where time with the child/children and family is expected and spare-time for study is identified. Chinese classes are taken during your spare time. Typically this will be 2 times a week. Alternatively, a candidate can arrange to go to a school close to the family’s home. We [...]
Due to China's one child policy, most of the host families only have one child. Only in special cases families might have 2 children.