Liverpool Party – VoiseBox, Nee Hao & Collaborators

Credit – Marketing Liverpool

Liverpool will host tomorrow’s mega party organised by VoiseBox in collaboration with Nee Hao, Hong Kong Society, Malaysian Society, Taiwanese Society, and Korean Society at Club Secret.

This event serves as the last social gathering for the Chinese and East Asian community in Liverpool before the examination period, and the organisers have gone to great lengths to make it a night to remember.

Check out the Facebook event page for more information by clicking on the poster.

Liverpool’s biggest party for Chinese and East Asians – Designed by Saulo Ng

Facts about Liverpool:

University of Liverpool has combined with Xi’an Jiaotong University to create the Xi’an Jiaotong-Liverpool University campus (XJTLU) in Suzhou, China – promoting an increase in the number of Chinese students in Liverpool year-on-year. There are now over 1,600 students from China studying in Liverpool and XJTLU is the largest international collaborative university in China.

International student recruitment set to increase in Liverpool – LJMU have pledged to increase their proportion of international students from their current 5% to 15% by 2021.

Approximately 12% of students in Liverpool are international.

There has been a 20% increase in the number of international students at the university of Liverpool in the last year.

Liverpool has a long-established Chinese heritage, and local businesses are increasingly keen to support integration, with new services like Greenfinch aiming to promote a welcoming and collaborative environment for international students.

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Facts provided by Greenfinch Graduations. They offer a one-stop graduation trip planning service for international students and their families. “The majority of international students book their whole family’s trip for the ceremony themselves, at a time when they are already very busy with final exams and job applications. We take the stress out of planning for their family’s visit to the UK so they can concentrate on what’s important and simply celebrate their success.”


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