Date: Wednesday 16th June

Time: 12noon – 1pm

The Culture Café events celebrate the diversity of multi-cultural Belfast.  The events focus on minority communities across the city and promote respect and understanding of these cultures.  Each Culture Café will focus on a different culture and their contribution to Belfast’s history.  

This Culture Café will be hosted by Eileen Chan-Hu, CEO, CRAICNI, Cultivate Respect Appreciate Inclusion across Cultures, NI. Eileen will share some knowledge about China and the Chinese community including the significance of the Chinese Year and the Lion Dance.

Eileen will be joined by a few guests including Weihong Tu who will perform a special fan dance to the song Jasmine Flower. We will then be joined by Seamus O’Labhradha, Success Lion and Dance Association and Artist and also William Olphert from the Chinese Welfare Association.

Learn more about this vibrant community and their significant contribution to Belfast.

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This project is part of Belfast’s PEACE IV Action Plan which is financed through the European Union and managed by the Special EU Programmes Body (SEUPB).