Life in Wuhan

This section just grows and grows! Here’s a overview of what each section has:

Beijing Shopping Guide – A list of markets and restaurants recommended by long-stay Beijing and Wuhan expat Lena πŸ™‚

Chinese New Year – A quick overview on what to expect over the Chinese New Year holiday period.

Coming and Going – A small section listing English speaking Real Estate agents and Relocation companies.

Dining Out – Split into 3 categories; Going Local, Someplace Special and Comfort Food – this section gives newbies a few tested eating out options.

Entertainment – Still a work in process. At the moment this section contains info for the Qintai Grand Theatre including their upcoming show schedule.

Kindergartens & International Schools – Pretty self-explanatory!

Learning Mandarin – Here’s a list of different methods to study Mandarin.  Online classes, downloadable courses and physical schools. No excuses now!

Medical Info – This section includes a directory of the main hospitals & skin clinic in Wuhan, the contact details for an English speaking Dentist, links to some handy info on β€œHow to see a Doctor in Wuhan”, info on the Union Hospital International Clinic in Hanyang, and the phone number to our exclusive Hospital Helpers

Online Sites & Apps – This is pretty useful for new comers as it provides you with links to local expat groups, the local governments’ site, English newspaper, online grocers, online shopping sites and handy apps to help you settle.

Public Holidays – Basic list of the Chinese Public Holidays for the year.

Recipes – Supplied by WOW ladies, this is a collection of recipes that either people have asked for (ie: after a bread making session), or basic items that are difficult to get from the local supermarket (ie: homemade low-sugar yogurt & easy pie pastry)

Recommended Places & Mingpians – For people who have been to Yellow Crane and East Lake, and want somewhere else to take their visitors πŸ™‚ A list of places in Wuhan which other foreigners have found interesting.

Shopping in Shanghai – Wanda Style – Compiled by NZ’er Wanda, who lived in Shanghai for 6 years – this is a great list of an insiders knowledge on shopping in Shanghai.

Where to go for a drink –  A short list on some bars in Wuhan where you can usually find a foreigner – should you get the overwhelming desire to chat in something other than Chinese πŸ™‚

Wuhan with Kids – List of recommended places to take kids as tested by our WOW ladies with families πŸ™‚

 

 

 

10 responses to “Life in Wuhan

  1. hello how are you?
    im a student at 中南民族倧学 . I’m african.I’ve been in wuhan for almost 2years, i’ve been searching for a job but couldnt find one. I can speak french well , i can also speak english and chinese fluently.
    thank you.

  2. hi everyone i am a student in Wuhan university i am interested to learn french language so i need someone teach me .if you have ability plz email me
    fatimasaleh22@yahoo.com

    thank you

  3. Hi girls,
    Were can i find party supplies here in Wuhan for my niece’s birthday party?
    Thank you
    Joanna

  4. I am looking for information about where/how to hire an Ayi for our stay in Wuhan? We will be expats there from April-Dec.

    Thanks,
    Heather
    Indiana, USA

  5. Good body massage and Facial for Women in Wuhan! You need to find a beautician or good quality masseur outcall service to your Apt,home ? I know one lady Ms li she can do really really good quality oil body massage and Facial only for Women.you can contact her who interesting her services,Ms Li cellphone number 18694073331(English)

  6. Nice organized & useful website, keep on the good work!

  7. xie xie! πŸ™‚

  8. Great and very useful info!

  9. Luv the pics! Thanks for creating this website, I do enjoy browsing when my computer is up!! See you ladies next week!

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