September Brunch – 25th Sept.

september-brunchOn Sunday 25th September our monthly brunch will take place at Westin Hotel in Wuchang from 11:30 AM – 2:30 PM. Don’t miss the opportunity to try the dishes by a new Canadian Chef! After the brunch you can also enjoy the beautiful garden. Please sing up for this event by Thursday night – RSVP to the invitation, send an email to or send text to Gosia 186 9405 8061. We look forward to seeing you there to sharing this (delicious) experience with you! 🙂

September Afternoon Tea

at-09We are between two major Chinese festivals but still we manage to squeeze WoW Afternoon Tea 🙂 Wednesday September 21st from 2-4 pm we meet at Marco Polo hotel veranda, at 1st floor, to enjoy delicious pastries (sweet and savoury). The hight tea is an excellent occasion to meet ladies who cannot come to our breakfast so do not miss it! 🙂  If you plan to join us please text Martine: 185-0716-9580

Happy Mid-Autumn Festival

imageThe Mid-Autumn Festival, also known as the Moon Festival or Zhongqiu Festival is a popular harvest festival celebrated by Chinese and Vietnamese people, dating back over 3,000 years to moon worship in China’s Shang Dynasty. It was first called Zhongqiu Jie (literally “Mid-Autumn Festival”) in the Zhou Dynasty. The Mid-Autumn Festival is held on the 15th day of the eighth month in the Chinese calendar, which is in September or early October in the Gregorian calendar. The most traditional food for this time are moon cakes which signify the completeness and unity of families.

10th Expat Show in Shanghai

Starting on Friday 9th until Sunday 11th fairs and conferences at Shanghai Exhibition Centre will host 150 exhibitors and vendors, all dedicated to expat life. The Expat Show aims to help expatriates in Shanghai, make a seamless transition from their home country to the city by choosing the best companies to buy from in China in terms of health, food and drink, education and many more.



Stand Up Comedy Show in Wuhan

comedy showWOW!!!!! First time ever such a spectacle is coming to Wuhan 🙂 🙂 🙂  International troop will throw a one night show in English. The venue is at Jenn Cofffee Bar – 3rd floor at Han Street, Wuchang, next to Wanda Plaza-gate 3 (we had a last wine tasting there) It will start on Friday, September 9th at 8.30pm. Tickets can be bought either in advance for 70 RMB on: 02787247268 or at the door for 100 RMB.

Coffee Chat – September 5th

Coffee Chat Sept. 2016A delicious cup of (ice) coffee + a friendly chat with a small group of expat women = WoW Coffee Chat 🙂 Let’s meet for our regular monthly activity on Monday 5h of September at Mann Coffee at Wuhan Tiandi (you will probably find us on the second floor, on the left side) from 2:00 PM to 4:00 PM. For more info, feel free to send an email to or to contact Gosia on 186 9405 8061. See you there! 🙂

Breakfast – September 8th

Breakfast Sept 2016September breakfast is already next week!!! As children are back to school, you may have time to join our  breakfast 😉  We meet at Wanda Realm Hotel on Thursday the 8th from 9:00 AM – 11:30 AM. To all new-comers in Wuhan, it is an excellent opportunity to meet new friends, to “Wuhanese-regulars”, it is a good way to meet new friends too! 😉 Please don’t forget to sign up before September 6th by RSVP, sending an email to or sending a text to Marine: 15 007 11 07 49. See you soon! We expect a big crowd 🙂

August Sunday Brunch

cropped-IMG_7954.jpgWe are coming to the end of summer holiday and August brunch is time to meet together. It is time to chat about summer experience, see “old” friends 🙂  As usual WoW members will welcome to our “family circle” new comers who just arrived to Wuhan. Nobody will be left alone 🙂 We meet on August 28th at Wanda Realm Hotel from 11.30am-2.30pm.. Please send a message to Abi about your presence: 15071179080. Venue address: 105 Donghu Road, Wuchang/武汉武昌武昌区东湖路105号(东湖风景区地铁4号线楚河汉街站B出口 近汉街)


Writers in English wanted!

MagazineSpecial Focus Magazine is an English version of an established Chinese magazine named 特别关注 (pinyin: tè bié guan zhù). This magazine aims to tell stories of expats and Chinese people living in China, to make the country more friendly and easier to understand. Special Focus is looking for people with good English-writing skills to join its writers’ group. If you are interested, please contact Jessie Ning, the executive editor in chief, via