Event (London): Are the values & attitudes of all Chinese groups in the UK, the same?

On 10/12/2013 by Site Default

Calling everyone who is Chinese, whether BBC, from Mainland China studying or working here, or from HK, Taiwan, Singapore or Malaysia. We are very keen to hear your views so please do please come along to this panel discussion on 29 Oct from 6.45pm.The Panel discussion will cover:
Are there any value or attitude differences between British Born Chinese, Chinese from HK, Singapore or Malaysia and Chinese from the mainland? Now that Chinese from mainland China are the largest group, have there been tensions, or are any of these groups wary of any others. 

Questions that will be raised will include:
• whether it is an advantage to be British Born Chinese (BBC’s) when conducting UK China trade, or is it all about speaking Mandarin like a native speaker? and
• why are so few BBC involved in UK politics?

Panellists are:
• Sonny Leong,
• Jackson Ng and
• Carrie Waley

For full details and to register please seehttp://www.chopsticksclub.com/dyn/pages/events/_folder3/ or go to the website www.chopsticksclub.com and click through to the events page.

To receive a 25% discount of Chopsticks Club Members price please quote the promotional code: CAS
Venue: EY (formerly Ernst & Young), 1 More London Pl.SE1 – panel discussion, followed by networking, drinks & canapes
REGISTRATION ESSENTIAL – places limited

Look forward to see you there.
Theresa (china.t@btinternet.com for any questions).

Chinese_Diaspora

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