ChinaUS Exchange

To increase mutual understanding between Americans and people of other countries – remains vital to U.S. national security and building people-to-people connections around the world, Exchange Visitor Program is established as part of the Mutual Educational and Cultural Exchange Act of 1961 (The Fulbright-Hays Act).
The program attracts youths from all over the world to the United States to do cultural exchange in form of working.

In 2006, Exchange Visitor Program was first introduced to Mainland, China. Since then, thousands of youths from China have gone on cultural exchange with the US on J-1 visas.

The J-1 visa is also called a non-immigrant Exchange Visitor visa, which is specialized for Exchange Visitor Programs.
Exchange Visitor Programs
You are in charge of your own life
Summer Camp Counselor
Summer Work Travel
Au Pair

Why you should take part in?

1. An working experience in America can make you stand out in future job hunting.
A life-changing experience that represents bravery, independence, ambition and self-improvement

2. Huge practical English improvement in a full native English environment

3. Immersive American society and culture experience in a way of work

4. Work with people from all over the world, make diverse friendships, and gain a better understanding of the world

Safeguard in the U.S.

1.24/7 Local Coordinator +24/7 the State Department hotline
In the event of an emergency, participants should contact their sponsors whose local coordinators are all over the country during the program, taking full responsibility for them.
And participants can contact the State Department at any time via the hotline 1-866-283-9090 or send an email to

2. Full monitor from FlyingSheep
Every participant will have their own program contact from FlyingSheep who will guide and help from the beginning to the end of the program.
You can report to your contact about any problems. We will respond immediately.
While in the US, FlyingSheep encourages participants to report issues to more parties for efficiency.

3. Mature the United States Law and Labor system Protection
In the U.S., every program participant is under the same protection of the Law and Labor system of the United States as an American citizen.

4. Community Support Groups
In a lot of popular J1 places in America, there are Community Support Groups that exists for years to help J1 exchange visitors. You can join and reach out whenever you are in need.

5. Insurance Coverage
Insurance covers the whole program.

6. Strictly vetted American host employers
Every American host employer is strictly vetted and selected by sponsors who also conduct site visits to make sure they are lawful and competent.
After the interview signs a formal offer in which the role is clearly communicated.

NOTICE: Every participant must go back to their home country after the program.