Join us for British-Chinese Day

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    When? Saturday, January 19th 2013

    What? Explore Britain-themed exhibits arranged by Chamber members;

    Join in the fun and learn traditional English country dancing;

    Discover British cuisine or get a taste of home by sampling traditional British cuisine provided by participating restaurants and hotels;

    Get into the groove with a live performance by a British style rock band;

    Enjoy traditional entertainment from China and the United Kingdom;

    End it all off with an English-style Pub Quiz night and party which will feature pints (upon pints)of your favorite UK beers and liquors.

    Participants are encouraged to dress in classically British or traditional Chinese outfits, or come as your favorite Brit- from Charlie Chaplin to Harry Potter to the Queen Mum, lets see what you ‘ve got!

    Please join us for this one-of-a-kind, soon to be annual event and celebrate with, on behalf of, or because you are British!!

    If you wish to participate in the English Country Dancing please register ahead of time for a free instructional class which will be held prior to the event.

    If you are, or know a British performer, or can provide any British-style entertainment, please contact the Chamber to learn about opportunities for cooperation.

    A small briefer on the Pub Quiz, one of England’s greatest institutions (because you don’t have to be British to attend)!

    Venue and Cost to be released soon

    Please contact [email protected] or 85958755 to register for a booth, dance class or performance, or if you have any other questions about the event.

    Avatar photoIan

    So do Brits get in for free?

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    Ian, thanks for attention. You are welcome to register for the dancing class for free and come to the event with your friends! But there is 20yuan ticket for the event.

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