British Chinese Project fights for Chinese international students’ rights

The British Chinese Project are launching a series of Parliamentary Forums, the first of which is about the CHINESE INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS. This first series is led by their Birmingham regional team. Nee Hao Magazine will be supporting this initiative being rolled out nationwide.

– 华人参政计划为留学生争取权利

伯明翰华人参政计划目前已针对中国留学生在英国生活中遇到的问题展开了一系列的调查活动, 如果您有兴趣参与我们 的问卷调查, 请直接点击此链接. 如果您想要加入我们组织, 请随时与我们取得联络, 我们将为您提供更详细的信息. 衷心感谢 您的关注和支持。

British Chinese Project Birmingham Team
British Chinese Project Birmingham Team

This will give the British Chinese Project the opportunity to speak DIRECTLY with MPs and the government departments about issues affecting the Chinese International Students in the UK. The organisation serves as the Secretariat for a Parliamentary Group- the All Party Parliamentary Chinese in Britain Group (APPCBG)- chaired by Barry Gardiner MP, and are dedicated towards the Chinese Community being recognised, seen, heard and being represented in Britain. This is the first of their forums and they need your support.

Please take a few minutes to fill in the Survey (by clicking here) to help fight for international student rights on line and distribute to your fellow students, members and associates. All responses will be collated by the team and form recommendations to parliament and recognised in the final report to be published by the APPCBG.

Xiaoxi Zhang the team administrator for the British Chinese Project – Birmingham regional team said “I am very happy to be involved with this project, helping international and Chinese students to have their say in regards to issues affecting them whilst studying in the UK. Through open dialogue, feedback can be directly communicated to influential decision makers such as MPs, so they they can have a better understanding of any issues”. 


Vice Chair of the British Chinese Project Group and a magistrate, Alex Yip said “we would like to ask Nee Hao Magazine readers to encourage Chinese and international students to participate in the newly set up forum by filling in the survey. It’s an important first step in gaining more rights for them. The opinions gathered will be brought to the attention of the government via the APPCBG who can then look to address or resolve matters”.

The British Chinese Project will also be inviting 15 prominent representatives of the Student body from across the country to speak to the APPCBG Panel in July. If you are interested in representing your community and organisation please indicate your interest and get in touch with the organisation.

The British Chinese Project reserve all rights for editing, inclusion and will treat all personal data information confidentially.

For further info contact : [email protected]



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