Whether you’re heading to China for a week or for a year, there are a few apps you’re definitely going to need on your phone. In the past decades, with the development of the China's economy and advancement of internet technology,almost everything can be done now on your phone. These apps are strongly recommended to help you experience life in China and explore the country without much hassle.

Jet lag is a problem that always bothers travellers when they are travelling across many time zones especially for au pairs flying from a western country to China. Your body perceives the previous time zone and feels tired, excited or sleepy etc in the wrong time in the new time zone. Don't worry! We have some advice for you!

Marina is an au pair based in Beijing, China. She came to China in March 2018 and by the time she finishes the program, she would have stayed for almost 10 months. She made a best friend Ada in China, and next year they are planning to come back to China together to learn Mandarin! Here are her five reasons to be an au pair in China!

How is everyday life as an au pair? Let's hear Annie's first month stories as an au pair in China.

What can you explore in China? Please see the story from our au pairs, Daniel and Lisa. If you are a foodie, this story is for you!

Yes, you don't watch wrong! We went to #theGreatWall again! Acturally it's our annually cultural activities. Everyone knows that the Great Wall is #Chinese giant project. And people who have ever come to China would love to visit.

In the cultural activity of last week, Aupairia brought the au pairs to Shi cha hai to enjoy the ice...

Last week, Aupairia au pairs and staff celebrated the Laba festival at Beijing Office by making dumplings.

For our monthly au pair activity, we took our au pairs to Mutianyu Great Wall in Huairou district, o...