Eddie Chan certainly is an authority on Chinese issues in the UK. Not only is he well respected in Chinese circles, but his tireless work is quite rightly appreciated and valued.
Set in the heart of the East End of London. Meet the eccentric Li family as we follow the trials and tribulations of running an authentic, family-owned takeaway business.
Chinese entertainment will accompany drinks and canapés, whilst attendees will also have the chance to test the aircraft’s business class seating. Interviews and Q&As with airline and airport spokespeople will also be available at each location.
The HK Diner in London Chinatown has, over 22 years, built up a great reputation amongst the local Chinese community and just like everywhere else has gained a number of loyal customers.
Further underscoring its fearless approach to creativity and support of the arts, The Peninsula Hong Kong’s appetite for public art continues unabated this spring as the hotel presents a major work by pioneering British artist and youngest living member of the Royal Academy of Arts, Conrad Shawcross RA.
The British Chinese Armed Forces Heritage Project is a partnership project collaborating with Ming-Ai (London) Institute and Regent’s University London.