Clubs & Communities 
In London

London

Total Population:  8,787,900

Chinese population: 120,250

 

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The Royal Society for Asian Affairs seeks to promote an understanding and appreciation of Asia through lectures, social events and publications.

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Asia House drives engagement between Asia and Europe operating as a “centre of expertise on trade, investment and public policy” . Their website includes Asia House briefings, insights and TV providing unique knowledge from experts at the heart of decision making across government, politics, and business. They also offer volunteer opportunities.

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YCW is a community of young professionals, offering open membership to engage scholars in the most pressing issues emerging from China. The YCW blog has interviews, conversations, features and news. In addition to events such as speaker series and dinner discussions, YCW also deliver unique projects such as mentorship schemes and essay competitions.

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The Chopsticks Club is one of the most innovative China-UK professionals’ membership network – a unique and trusted platform for business, educational and cultural services. Aside from providing Chinese classes, they also host concerts with their choir, Mandarin Voices. Their feature My China Voice is of interviews with members involved in China.

A China Day Out In London

Where to find Chinese food (on a budget)

Places on interest to visit (for free)

Bars, Clubs and KTV (of course)

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