Japans Women Club (JWC) Social events Amsterdam

Team04-01-2016 1:54 PM
"Established in 1989 in Amstelveen, the Japan Women’s Club (JWC) is a non-profit organisation whose founding members were women of the Japanese business community in the Netherlands. Their intention was to create a club that would help to introduce its members to the culture of their new surroundings and, with various activities, help to establish contact with the local people. The club’s activities include various charity activities, a craft club and Japanese conversation meetings, which are open to Dutch Japanese students and others wanting to improve their Japanese." CLICK HERE TO READ MORE...
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Team04-01-2016 1:41 PM
"This social organisation puts on various events to encourage friendships and social events for Singaporeans in the Netherlands and aims to serve as a main contact point for all Singaporeans living in the Netherlands as well as those interested in learning more about Singapore and its culture"Click here to read more...
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Team04-01-2016 1:01 PM
  Are you South African? Interested in the South African culture? Or want do you want to learn more about South Africa? This club is purely based on the South African culture, organising social events for its members, South African Club braais cheese & wine evenings, pub nights, events surrounding the Rugby World Cups, events surrounding visiting SA cricket teams, boat trips and camping weekends. FOR MORE INFORMATION CLICK HERE...
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Team04-01-2016 12:41 PM
  "MEETin is a global social club for mainly twenty- and thirtysomethings with the aim to provide a relaxed social environment. They offer a range of activities, from after-work drinks through hiking and cycling trips to opera outings." CLICK TO READ MORE...
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van Orsouw04-01-2016 12:38 PM
"A social club for Amsterdam expats, hosting regular social events such as dinners, drinks and karaoke nights with a goal of meeting people and making friends. While the group is primarily focused on expats, native Dutch are also encouraged to join." CLICK HERE TO READ ...
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van Orsouw04-01-2016 11:23 AM
"Founded in 1927, the AWCA has a long history of helping American women and other international women with close ties to the US to embrace life in the Netherlands. It does so by creating opportunities for community involvement and philanthropy, offering cultural, educational and family activities as well as networking opportunities with other professionals. In doing so, they help to build lifelong friendships." CLICK HERE TO READ MORE "On a more practical side, you’ll be provided with useful information and resources to help you acclimate to life in Amsterdam. We hold area walkabouts, introducing you to a particular part of the city, hands-on tours of the tram system or the supermarket, or we’ll find someone to tell you just what that electricity bill says. In the Newcomers Group (as well as in the whole club), there are no dumb questions!" READ MORE      ...
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