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Taiwan

Most people in Taiwan have traditional values based on Confucian ethics; with traditional values remain strong, including piety toward parents, ancestor worship, a strong emphasis on education and work. You can expect your Taiwanese au pair to be very respectful and to want to be a part of your family. Reserved at first, your au pair will love to bond with your children and will probably have no issues picking up on your family’s routine. Mo [Read more...]

Taiwan

Most people in Taiwan have traditional values based on Confucian ethics; with traditional values remain strong, including piety toward parents, ancestor worship, a strong emphasis on education and work. You can expect your Taiwanese au pair to be very respectful and to want to be a part of your family. Reserved at first, your au pair will love to bond with your children and will probably have no issues picking up on your family’s routine.

Most couples in Taiwan will have one to two children. Grandparents may be living together with their children and grandchildren. Your Taiwanese au pair will most likely have experience caring for nephews or nieces, or by doing internships or trainings at school. Education is very important so you can expect your Taiwanese au pair to be good at helping with homework, teaching to count, etc.

The majority of Taiwanese high school graduates will further their studies, although they may continue to live at home until they graduate. Even so, they will typically participate in household chores from an early age and be quite independent.

A driver’s license can be obtained at 18 years old, after taking a written and practical exam. Many people will own a scooter driver’s license which is a popular means of transportation. It is always recommended that you discuss your driving needs with your au pair during the interviewing process.

English is a compulsory subject taught in schools from Grade 3 and up. There has also been a huge growth of English immersion schools in the past decade, with teachers from English-speaking countries. Although speaking may be a little difficult at first, you can expect your Taiwanese au pair to be very eager to speak and improve!

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Yi, Au pair from Taiwan
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Yi (25)

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English, Chinese (Mandarin)
Yes
Traditional
November 2017
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