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Q: Which neighborhoods in Wuhan have the largest ex-pat concentrations?

WHICH neighborhoods in Wuhan have the largest cponcentration/population of Western ex-pats??

20 weeks 3 days ago in  Lifestyle - Wuhan

 
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Are you wanting to avoid these areas or fully immerse yourself in the expat bubble?

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Only spent a little time in Wuhan so don't know about neighbourhoods but the Toucan Irish pub is worth a visit if you want to hang out with expats.

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Which loser downvoted every post?

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I have looked on this site an others found that near the university there's a wide number of pubs and bars but I have no car my Chinese is next to nothing. Taxis don't want to know means no one to go out with

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On the west side

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