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Chinese New Year celebrations 2013

24 January 2013

Celebrate the Year of the Snake with us on Tuesday February 12 from 3pm onwards in Wilkins Lower Refectory, UCL.

Varied programme of free events, plus a 5-course banquet cooked by Kam Po But, London's premier Chinese chef, at the bargain price of £12. PLEASE REGISTER at
http://www.eventbrite.co.uk/event/5233593820 (free events)
and
http://www.eventbrite.co.uk/event/5267270548 (banquet).


PROGRAMME
3-6pm

Roll your own dimsum
Noodle making demonstration
Stalls: British Chinese Workforce Heritage, OCS Children Fund
4pm

Lecture: British Chinese Food - Dr Vivienne Lo
4.30-6pm (tbc)
Traditional Chinese music from virtuoso flautist Hu Ruijun and members of the UK Chinese Ensemble
5-6pm
Five-course banquet cooked by premier Chinese chef Kam Po But, £12
Registration essential.
7pm
(Gustav Tuck LT, Main building)
Film screening and discussion: Mountain Patrol (Kekexili 可可西里)

Snake

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