The SUSTAIN commission is part of Shaftesbury PLC’s ongoing commitment to support Chinese & East Asian culture.
The ‘British Chinese Heritage Project | Chinese Lives in Birmingham’ has been permanently archived in the Library of Birmingham, following a 15-month long project journey.
Little Bunnies was founded by Karen Cheuk and Kelin Chen, two mums passionate about early Chinese education. They run Mandarin & Cantonese classes for under 6s, where both parents and children can learn in a fun and engaging environment.
PP Wong is the first British born Chinese novelist to secure a publishing deal in the UK. She was born in Paddington, London and spent her childhood moving between London and Singapore.
Johnny Luk is the youngest Chief Executive Officer of a seven-digit non-profit organisation in Britain, leading NACUE at the tender age of 23. He is a Fellow in the Royal Society of Arts, a published author, a British Rowing Champion and a former Senior Policy Advisor in the UK Government.
Please note the voting system has changed. Votes will be based on ‘Facebook Likes or Shares’ on the contestant’s page. All previous votes using the old format have been recorded and will be added to the contestant’s account, but now, each ‘Facebook Like or Share’ will count as a vote instead.
Criticisms towards the FA of it being “overwhelmingly male and white” have arisen recently, and Nee Hao Magazine thinks this may be one of the reasons why the FA does little to support the British Chinese footballing communities.
The London Chinese Community Centre’s 5th Annual Chinese Community Challenge Cup is only a few days away, held in the shadows of the home of English football at Wembley Powerleague.
Every month there will be a panel debate focussing on topics relating to the Chinese Community. The first Talk event ‘Securing top jobs and executing effectively to get promoted’ is on Monday 21 July at the Chinese Community Centre in London Chinatown.
Writer Thanh Dang has recently embarked on a journey to China to find her roots and to document the experience from a British Chinese perspective.