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Our venue is the UNITED ARTS CLUB


Our Programme is on FOURTH WEDNESDAYS


Evening meetings will start at 8 pm on the FOURTH WEDNESDAY of each month, and will be held in the

3 Upper FitzWilliam Street
Dublin 2.
(very near Baggot Street)

This venue is very convenient . It is right beside Baggot Street, and a five-minute walk from Leeson Street or Mount Street, so it is well served by buses. Parking is abundant and free (after 7.00 p.m., which is ideal for our meetings at 8.00 p.m.).


Wednesday 27th  


Chinese Medicine as Part of Sports Injury Rehabilitation

by  Dr. Dan Wang

Dan Wang is currently studying for a PhD in the School of Public Health, Physiotherapy & Population Science at UCD. Her degrees in Traditional Chinese Medicine, and Sports Medicine were gained at Chengdu University, and the Chinese University of Hong Kong respectively. She has done several years of research into rehabilitation programmes using the best of both Chinese and Western medical techniques, and is recognized as an expert in her field.



Monday 15th

Monkey Coin

Chinese New Year Dinner

This year, the Year of the Monkey, our Chinese New Year Celebrations will, as last year, be held in

the Zen restaurant,
89 Rathmines Rd Upper,
Dublin 6
Members will receive details and booking forms by post.
Numbers are limited so early booking is advisable.
To book tickets please contact Nora McDowell on 01 4971505.
Cheques to Irish-Chinese Cultural Society, c/o 67 Cowper Road, Rathmines, Dublin 6.


Wednesday 24th

Karen Horton

Tibetan Thangkas

By Karen Horton

A welcome return to the Society by freelance textile conservator Karen Horton who will be telling us of her work and research into Tibetan Thangkas which she is studying for her PhD.


Wednesday 23rd

Veronica Heywood

The Prisoner-of-War Diary of my Father

by Veronica Heywood

In October 2015 Veronica travelled to Hong Kong for the launch of the publishing of the diary of her father’s time in a Japanese prisoner-of-war camp during World War Two. This was a long-held dream for Veronica and brought together many of her father’s colleagues and current staff of the observatory where he worked before and after the war.

Wednesday 27th

Anita O'Galligan

From Chengdu to Pakistan

by Anita O’Galligan

Anita is well-known as an intrepid traveller, but few would believe the incredible journey she made by train and bus from Chengdu in China to Pakistan on her own, with no local languages to aid her! This evening she will recount her adventures and delights in the sights and newly-acquired friends she encountered!

         DCNY                           ICBA

The Dublin Chinese New Year Festival in association with Dublin City Council and the Ireland
China Business Association present the 2016 Year of the Monkey Sino-Irish Business Seminar
sponsored by Arthur Cox Solicitors.

Date: Wednesday, 10th February
Time: 9:15am - 12:45pm
Venue: The Westbury Hotel, Dublin 2

The focus of this year's seminar is the challenges and opportunities in the aviation and maritime leasing sectors and the implications for Ireland and China. 

Updates on the internationalisation of the RMB, current visa and direct flight status will also be discussed.

Speakers include industry experts from the Irish Marine Development Office, Bank of Ireland,
Arthur Cox, daa, KPMG and IDA.  H. E Ambassador Mr. Jianguo Xu will open the seminar.

Mr Neil Ryan, ‎Assistant Secretary General at Department of Finance will also be speaking.

A detailed schedule will soon be available on the website.

This event is free, however booking is essential.  To book your place, please click  here.

Ireland China Business Association 
6-9 Trinity Street
Dublin 2
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