Chinese customs dictate that a woman who’s just given birth spend about a month after delivery inside, in bed, without any form of stress (including eating cold foods). Usually, they have a specific type of ayi to help with zuo yuezi, called a yuesao. Now, according to City Weekend, expat women can partake in the tradition too! For RMB3,000 to 5,000 a month, your yuesao will help you with newborn care and make sure you follow Chinese traditions to a tee. While we’re trying to remain open minded to the option, the only way we would possibly want to stay indoors for a month post-partum is if every day and every night included a nice stiff drink.