New Course Timetable from Jan to Mar 2020 (新課程時間表)
Women Together Project – ‘Tea and Confidence Workshops’ and our ‘Women’s Art Groups’
Sheung Lok Radio (All FM 96.9) Training
Celebration of the Talents and Hobbies
Diabetes My Way on Monday 9th December from 10am to 12 noon
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Archive for November, 2015
November 16th, 2015 | CEO's Blog |
It is our pleasure to inform you that our Chairperson Juanita Yau has won the Mulan Award (Contribution to Charitable Causes and Philanthrophy Award) last Monday 9th November 2015 We congratulate Juanita for winning this well deserved award. Mulan Foundation Network aims to recognise and honour the achievements of Chinese women in the UK and elsewhere through Annual Awards and in the process build up a global network of top and successful Chinese women and young Chinese women on the way up, for networking, mentoring and to support and help each other as well as contribute to the wider community. For […]
November 9th, 2015 | Board of Trustees |
Congratulations! Juanita Yau, Chairperson of Wai Yin Society, was invited to attend the House of Lords to collect an award. She was the 1st runner up for CIAC & Shaftesbury Woman Volunteer of the Year Award 2015 The Award Ceremony took place on Monday 19th October 2015 from 3.30pm – 5.00pm at the House of Lords, kindly hosted by The Lord Sheikh on behalf of the Chinese Information and Advice Centre (CIAC). Traditional afternoon tea was served overlooking the beautiful River Thames with spectacular performances.