Archive for February, 2019

Manchester Walk for Women

There will be a Manchester walk for women, as part of the International Women’s Day activities, 2019. If you are available, please meet us on Saturday 2nd March at 1:30 pm in Chinatown, or 3pm in St Peter’s Square, when we intend to march in solidarity with Manchester for womens’ rights. For more details, please contact:  [email protected] [email protected] [email protected] or call 0161 833 0377 Manchester Walk for Women HQ and Sheung Lok poster

3 Days 2 nights Troon & The Ayrshire Coast Trip

三日兩夜特倫和艾爾郡海岸休閒度假 3 Days 2 nights Troon & The Ayrshire Coast 日期: 2019年 7月 12至 14日 (星期五至日 Fri to Sun) 集合時間: 早上 八 時四十五分 ( 8:45 am) 集合地點 : 曼城長途旅遊車站 Manchester Central Coach Station,                                                              , Chorlton Street, Off Portland Street, Manchester, M1 3JF 費用: 會員 : £105 非會員 : £115 人數 : 40人 截止報名日期: 2019年5月10日 費用包括: 車費及住宿在 Prestwick的 Adamton Country House Hotel 兩天的早餐和晚餐 所有臥室均設有連接浴室設施 享受艾爾郡海岸(Ayrshire Coast)美麗的風景 •探索拉格斯(Largs)和遊覽特倫(Troon) 詳情請致電 0161 272 7482 […]

Motiv8: Building Better Opportunities for Greater Manchester

Wai Yin Society is a delivery partner of the Motiv8 programme, providing holistic support to empower and support Motiv8 participants. This includes IT classes, work club support, money and debt advice, ESOL courses and befriending, lunch and leisure classes. Motiv8 transforms people’s lives by helping them overcome the challenges and barriers they face to get back on track. By improving people’s wellbeing, confidence and employability skills, we increase people’s chances of accessing training or finding a job. Motiv8 is being led by Manchester Athena, a partnership of housing providers working together to transform people’s lives. The programme will support nearly […]

Chinese Community Centres in the UK: Challenges and Strategies for the Future

In January 2018, the Chinese Welfare Trust commissioned a piece of research entitled “Chinese Community Centres in the UK: Changing Landscape, Challenges and Strategies for the Future”. The final research report was launched in September 2018. It aims to document the changes and coping mechanisms experienced by Chinese community organisations in the last ten years, based on information gathered from key informants from 14 Chinese community organisations in four major UK cities – London, Manchester, Birmingham and Liverpool. This forum, hosted by Lord Tom McNally, is an opportunity for stakeholders and policy makers to discuss various issues examined in the […]