May 17th – Afternoon Tea

Tea Time in Shangri-La‘s beautiful lobby on Wednesday, May 17th! Time to enjoy the delicious assortment the hotel will prepare for us (and to forget about this boring diet 😉 )! We look forward to seing all of you from 2:00 PM – please sign up before Monday (RSVP, email to info@womenofwuhan.com, WeChat or text to Martine: 185 0716 9580). 

May Breakfast

Our next breakfast will take place for the first time at Intercontinental Hotel in Hanyang! On May 11th from 9:00 to 11:30 AM, we will enjoy delicious food under the impressive glass roof. You will also have the opportunity to shop some lovely items on the Market organized just for you on that day. Please sign up before May 9th by RSVP, WeChat, email (info@womenofwuhan.com) or SMS (Marine: 15 007 11 07 49). We look forward to seeing you there! 

Recherche de témoignages de Françaises expatriées délocalisées à Wuhan

L’une des journalistes au magazine Marie Claire recherche des témoignages de Françaises ayant suivi leur entreprise délocalisée à Wuhan pour nourrir un article. Elle recherche une salariée ayant suivi son entreprise, pas une femme qui a suivi son mari expatrié. C’est anonyme. Cet article paraîtra début juillet dans notre numéro d’août. Il racontera la prise de décision, de partir, le pour et le contre, les aspects psychologiques et pratiques, la vie de la salariée délocalisée transplantée. Interview par Skype. Si vous correspondez au profil, contacter cgoldberger@gmc.tm.fr.

Annual Spring Walk – April 22nd

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SAVE THE DATE! On Saturday morning, 22nd of April, our Annual Spring Walk will take place. This year, we will walk along the new Green Way at East Lake. Join us with your family and friends to enjoy this nice activity! More info to come soon. 

Stay tuned! 

March Breakfast

Knock, knock, true spring is knocking into our door. If you want to know where the most beautiful cherry blossom are to be seen then you need to come to WoW breakfast 🙂 Please join us at Shangri-la Hotel 700 Jianshe Avenue (metro line 3 or 6-Xianggang Street station, exit A)  this Thursday on March 16th, from 9-11am. We can guarantee very good ambiance, Shangri-la chef will look after us from the culinary side 🙂 Please contact Marine on 150 0711 0749 if you plan to come 🙂 We are looking forward to see a lot of you!

Walk around Wuhan University – March 24th

The « Wuhan Flâneries Â» team is pleased to welcome you again to a new guided tour in Wuhan! Next Friday March 24th, the team will take you to Wuhan University to discover some of the historical places of this amazing University. Hoping we can still enjoy their nice garden and blossom trees! If you are interested, please confirm you are attending to Sophie at the following e-mail address: sophie.furstoss@icloud.com

Family Brunch – Feb. 26th

Mark your calendars: February 26th, 11:30 AM – 3:00 PM! Summerhouse Restaurant in Wuhan Tiandi will serve us a delicious selection of dishes, including pizzas, bruschettas, beef bourguignon or chicken stew… Please sign up before February 24th noon by email at info@womenofwuhan.com or texting Marine: 15 007 11 07 49. Please note: number of seats will be limited to 35!

 

Afternoon Tea – Feb. 15th

Time for a very special Afternoon Tea! On February 15th, Dany Zadrozny will host it at the Residence of the US Consul General. Don’t miss it out, she will pamper us! Please sign up ASAP by RSVP / email (info@womenofwuhan.com) / WeChat or SMS to Martine (185 0716 9580) so you can get all the details to get there. See you there to enjoy this great moment!

Breakfast – February 9th

Cock-a-doodle-doo, it’s time for the first breakfast of the Rooster Year! The date is set: It will take place on February 9th at Hilton Wuhan Riverside in Hanyang from 9:00 AM. Chef Philippe should be there to pamper us 😉 Don’t miss it and sign up before Feb.7th – RSVP, email at info@womenofwuhan.com or text to Marine: 15 007 11 07 49. We look forward to seeing many of you! 🙂

Happy Rooster Year

China’s lunar calendar is according to the moon and New Year always starts with a new moon. CNY is on the second new moon before the March equinox, or the second new moon after the December solstice. Since ancient times, Chinese people have been using the Chinese Zodiac animals to represent the years. Each lunar year is related to a zodiac animal, beginning at Chinese New Year. The 12 zodiac animals recur on a 12-year cycle. Enjoy your holiday 🙂 We wish you happiness and prosperity in the Rooster Year 🙂