March 2011 Project Presentation Ceremony PDF Print E-mail

On 3 March 2011,  Project Presentation Ceremony was held in Ming-Ai (London) Institute. This was an important event that summarized the East West Festive Cultures project and shared the outcomes with everyone.  We were very glad to have Cllr. Eddie Griffith, Mayer of London Borough of Haringey, Professor Margaret House, Deputy Vice-Chancellor of Middlesex University and the representative of the Heritage Lottery Fund as our honourable guests. During the ceremony, a project presentation was given and a Chinese calligraphy (written by Mr Kamsang Law) was presented to the representative of the Heritage Lottery Fund by Professor Jonathan Liu, director of Ming-Ai. The Chinese words mean "Achievement in both East and West".

 

There was a very intereseting performance given by True Heart Theatre which made the evening full of laughters. The director Wing Hong and performer Mae brought us a new experience of oral history and all 200 guests enjoyed so much of their performance.

 

We would like to take this opportunity to express our gratitude to Good Earth group that prepared world class Chinese food, Mr Kamsang Law who wrote such amazing Chinese calligraphy, Ms Wen Wu who painted those pretty and charming lanterns for the ceremony, Ms Audrey Suen who demonstrated tea ceremony, Mr Ronald Lo who did Chinese calligraphy during the event and Mr Ricky Law who took so many beautiful photos.

 

Thank you for everyone who supports our project and without you, the ceremony would never be as enjoyable and successful as it was.

 

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