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      Hello everybody,

      I am an expat who lives near Suzhou city in China, I am 27 weeks pregnant and I have recently planned to attend a seminar for breastfeeding organized by La Leche League International ( that is taking place once a month in Suzhou. Pregnant women, breastfeeding mothers with their babies and toddlers, and visitors interested in breastfeeding are welcome to attend our LLL group meetings and can join anytime.
      At LLL meetings, is offered mother-to-mother support by sharing our knowledge about and experiences with breastfeeding and related parenting topics. Below I am giving you all places in China you can find their support:

      English-speaking Groups: (also have written material in chinese)
      Hong Kong
      Suzhou (also German speaking leader can support Germans)

      Chinese-speaking Groups:
      Hong Kong

      For Suzhou, I can give you more info:
      Contact: Andrea Seelbach, LLL Leader
      E-mail: [email protected]
      Phone: (0512) 6279 1633
      Mobile: 15151402950

      Reception at SingHealth: Shirley [email protected]

                              August 30th (Saturday), 11h-13h
      “The Womanly Art Of Breastfeeding”


      [email protected]311 Global 188, Su Hui Lu 88, Suzhou 215021 SIP (


      Taxi card:  

      江苏省 苏州工业园区 苏惠路88号 环球188 三楼311室

      311 Global 188, Su Hui Lu 88,Jiangsu Province

      Next meetings at the same place:

      • September 20th, 10:30h:   Breastfeeding Basics 
      • October 25th, 11h:  Stumbling blocks and how to avoid them 
      • November 22nd, 11h:  What’s on your plate? 
      • December 13th, 11h:  Surviving the Holidays

       La Leche League is a non profit organization that helps mothers worldwide to breastfeed through mother-to-mother support

      You only  need to register for your participation to your local contact.

      I hope that you will find this info useful. Good luck to all families!

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