A talk by Sharon Keilthy.
and will be held in the
(very near Baggot Street)
The Irish-Chinese Cultural Soeiety will host their annual Barbecue on Sunday September 7th.
Venue: 5 Claremont Road (beside Sandymount Green),
Sandymount, Dublin 4.
Norman & Anita O'Galligan have kindly permitted the use of their garden for this enjoyable event.
Members are welcome to bring friends.
Members bring their own food and drinks.
We will be inviting the Chinese Ambassador and the staff of the Embassy, and some of the members of the Chinese Students and Scholars Association, so this could again provide an enjoyable chance to meet some of our Chinese friends.
The Society will provide charcoal and some cooking stoves, but additional barbecue cookers are welcome. Please contact the Hon. Secretary if you intend to bring a cooker.
A Year in China Can Change Your Life!
An Evening of ChineseMusic
(As details of this evening have not yet been finalised, please check here for further particulars nearer the date.)
Chinese Folk Art & ToysA talk by Anita Tatlow, with
slides and examples.
Few people in the West know more about Oriental folk art and toys than Anita Tatlow, connoisseur and collector.
Tonight she will introduce us to this beguiling realm, with illustrations from her own collection.
(NOTE SPECIAL DECEMBER DAY)
Chinese Quiz and SocialOur annual test of knowledge, on matters
This is a table team test and a great social and fun event, topped off with our traditional tea/coffee and mince pies.
A talk by Sharon Keilthy.Sharon spent a year living in a remote city in Northern China. She was looked after by a Chinese family, she learnt to speak Chinese, and now runs a successful business in Language and Cultural training here in Dublin.