Welcome to Shanghai Mamas

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Fluent English speaking Ayi looking for work

Hi Mamas and  Papas . Rebecca is 36 years old English speaking Ayi (she came from eastsouth of China)she worked in SH for years .worked for employers form different region(with their reference) .if your family looking for an Ayi feel free contact with her .her mobile and Wechat  is 17807542856 thanks .

English Speaking Nanny/ Ayi

Hi,  I would like to recommend my previous helper/nanny.  She worked for our family for over 3 years.  She is more suitable for a nanny position.   She is very caring and loves children.  She speaks very good English, knows food hygiene and has first aid certificate for children.  Since we have left SH you … Continued

Help Grow the Shanghai Mamas Community!

Want to get more involved with Shanghai Mamas? Join our volunteer Executive Committee. We’re looking for a Sponsorship Lead in particular. If you’re interested, please send your CV and a self-introduction to shmamas@gmail.com. Click on the roles to learn more about becoming a Executive committee member and Sponsorship Director. Shanghai Mamas is a diverse community of thriving international … Continued

Something You Did Not Know About Louise

By Joana Molgaard   In this series, Shanghai Mamas will feature amazing people within our community. You may have seen their names in WeChat, or have met them in person. Now you will learn what makes them thrive in Shanghai. This week, we introduce you to long-time Shanghai Mama Louise Roy. Louise has been an integral … Continued

Let’s Talk About 600

Shanghai Mamas is teaming up with Mandarin Community to translate and contextualize some of the trending topics on Chinese social media. Additionally they are providing some helpful vocabulary to further grasp the meaning and concept- thanks, Mandarin Community, for bridging our communities!   Image sourced: https://www.smhc.org.cn/   Located at 600 Wanping South Road, Shanghai Mental Health Center … Continued