We are pleased to announce that we have been awarded the 2018 Queen’s Award for Voluntary Service. This is the highest award given to local volunteer groups across the UK to recognise outstanding work done in their own communities.We are very honoured to receive this award and we will continue working hard to serve the community!
London Chinatown Chinese Association published a comprehensive directory on UK life for the Chinese Community.
The “Chinese Guide to UK Living” will be distributed free of charges in Chinatown and among community groups from June. The Guide includes all aspects about living in the UK, from birth to funeral arrangements. CT Tang explained, with many Chinese people who were not familiar with the public services in the UK, and whose mother tongue were not English, the guide with all the information in Chinese, would become very useful as they settled in the UK.
“United Kingdom with China in ASEAN : Post Brexit”
Please see attached for more information about the meeting.
The GDPR is Europe’s new framework for data protection laws. It replaces the previous 1995 data protection directive, which current UK law is based upon.
The new regulation starts on 25 May 2018. It will be enforced by the Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO).
As there are new elements and significant enhancements, check out their 12 Steps to Take Now for more information:
Our colleague visited Mr Frank Wang to discuss how the community can help.
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Nominations are now open to honour an outstanding woman whose volunt
This is your chance to nominate someone you know, whom we would like to share their remarkable story and thank them for their contribution.
CIAC Chairman Mr Edmond Yeo JP relayed that it is difficult to establish a harmonious Chinese community without the hard work of the dedicated volunteers. The significance of setting up this award is to allow the community to appreciate the efforts of these behind-the-scenes heroines, and also to encourage more people to participate in volunteer services and bring a positive impact to the community. Mr Yeo called on people from all walks of life to nominate women around so that they can share their extraordinary stories and thank them for their contributions to the Chinese communities in UK.
– Nominees must have legal right of abode in the UK.
– A woman who has positively contributed to the Chinese community through unpaid, voluntary work.
– To have been involved in a volunteer capacity for a minimum of 6 months.
– Open to females only, aged 18 and above.
Nominations are now open and the closing deadline is 5pm Friday 13th Jul 2018
For more information please visit our website www.ciac.co.uk
Happy New Year! On 18 February 2018, CIAC ushered in the Year of the Dog as London’s Chinatown transformed into a bustling carnival! This year, we worked with the Home Office to raise awareness of the services we provide and to raise funds for the Centre. We had a great time meeting everyone who stopped by our stall. We hope you liked the calendars and fortune cookies!
Hope to see everyone again next year! 新年快乐！万事如意！