Craig, USA: So far the program has been a great experience! I know a ton more about the life of Chinese people and all of their customs and norms. I have really gotten to experience a totally different world...
I've been in Zhengzhou two months already and I can honestly say that so far it has been the richest and most rewarding experience of my life.
Robert, Germany: I traveled to "Huang Shan" (Yellow Mountain)... the Yellow Mountain is one of the most beautiful landscapes I've ever seen!
Helena, NSLI-Youth For six weeks, I lived with a host family, studied the Chinese language, visited famous Chinese sites, and explored the city and Chinese culture. I participated in so many enriching...
Annemarie, Holland: The teachers were very helpful and friendly. Every day, the children gave me a warm welcome...
Jens, Norway: I am working as an English teacher at the MingHang Kindergarten in Shanghai...
David & Kristl, USA ...All the kids will say hello to us in the hallway or playground... I am having a great time greeting the kids. At times they will run across the playground or up the stairs to say hello. It is quite a delightful exchange....
Shanghai Xu Bo Art and Culture Exchange is an international cultural exchange non-profit organization (NPO) based in
China and Singapore. In China we are registered under the name Xu Bo Volunteer Service Center. We offer inbound
exchange programs in Singapore and in several different areas of China including, SiChuan Province, HeNan Province, JiangSu Province, Shanghai, and the islands near Shanghai.
We provide opportunities for foreign participants to volunteer in China by teaching or working in a child-care center, to obtain a Shanghai business internship, or to participate in a Chinese high school exchange program.
We also specialize in custom group programs
such as the one we conduct for the American NSLI-Youth organization each summer. This program combines language
learning, travel, volunteer work, and cultural education. Click on the photo below to learn more about this program.
Our Singapore program is offering
volunteer and culture visit opportunities in Singapore and is becoming more popular every year.
Xu Bo also places volunteers from China and Singapore in sixteen different foreign countries such as Germany, Ireland, New Zealand, Peru, and the United States. These progams include culture visits, overseas volunteer projects, foreign internships, and foreign high school exchange programs.
|Provide opportunities for foreign volunteers to experience China and its rich cultural heritage while contributing to its continuing development.|
|Provide opportunities for Chinese and Singaporean volunteers to intern or volunteer in foreign countries.|
|Provide educational assistance and other support in poorer parts of China where education budgets are limited.|
|Promote understanding across cultural boundaries through meaningful education programs.|
|Allow foreign volunteers and interns to experience the vibrant life of Singapore|
Xu Bo has been running volunteer programs since 2005 and has developed close relationships with many public and private schools in several different areas of China. We have an experienced staff who understand the difficulties of transitioning to Chinese and/or Singaporean cultures and who are there to help the volunteers adjust to the cultural changes so that they make a meaningful and satisfying contribution. If you are looking for an opportunity to volunteer or teach in China, to volunteer in Singapore, or to visit or volunteer in a foreign country, we will find you a rewarding assignment and help you make your dream come true.
Xu Bo has worked hard to successfully establish strong relationships with the schools and institutions that accept and welcome our volunteers. These institutions allocate important resources to provide a supportive and comfortable professional environment for the volunteer, one in which the volunteer can make the most of this special opportunity for cross-cultural exchange. Volunteers in our program are making an important professional commitment and are expected to fully dedicate themselves to their assigned tasks. Read more...Back to top