Chinese Community Centre - Birmingham will be holding its 36th Annual General Meeting on the 5th of April. Pre-booking is required, whether you attend in-person or on Zoom. Please call 0121 685 8510 to book your place. The Zoom link will be sent on 4th April. There is also raffle prizes to be won.
Chinese Community Centre - Birmingham special Spring Bulletin is ready to view. ↓ Link below ↓ https://bit.ly/3uY7Wqf English 英文 https://bit.ly/3Dq8JEc 繁體中文 (Traditional Chinese) https://bit.ly/36zEVcf 简体中文 (Simplified Chinese) ↓ Or read here ↓ Households urged to get ready for £150 council tax rebate Over half of people would opt out of Government's £200 energy 'loan-not-loan', finds MSE YouGov survey You can register to vote here Households urged to get ready for £150 council tax rebate Over half of people would opt out of Government's £200 energy 'loan-not-loan', finds MSE YouGov survey 您可以通過以下網址註冊投票 Households urged to get ready for £150 council tax rebate Over half of people would opt out of Government's £200 energy 'loan-not-loan', finds MSE YouGov survey 您可以通过以下网址注册投票
Next week Wednesday 31st March at our monthly health forum, we will be discussing falls prevention with guest speaker Adele Preece. Many older people have stayed indoors for much of the last year in order to protect their health. The lack of exercise has posed other health risks.You are welcome to join us in our zoom meeting. To book your place, call Chloe on 0121 685 8510.
According to reports and since the epidemic, hate crime has surged. Join our online webinars to help raise awareness. Dealing with the effects of hate crime on mental health and wellbeing. Delivery in English: Friday 12th March, 6pm - 8pm Delivery in Cantonese: Saturday 20th March, 10am - 12 noon Delivery in Mandarin: Monday 22nd March,6pm - 8pm To register for one of the sessions visit: www.tinyurl.com/COVIDhatecrime (in English and Chinese) Dealing with loneliness and isolation during and after the COVID-19 pandemic. Delivery in English:Thursday11th March,6pm - 8pm Delivery in Cantonese:Tuesday 16th March,10am - 12 noon Delivery in Mandarin:Saturday 13th March,11am - 1pm To register for one of the sessions visit: www.tinyurl.com/COVIDloneliness (in English and Chinese) Sessions will be delivered in English, Cantonese and Mandarin. 据报道，疫情以来，全球多个国家歧视性/仇恨犯罪事件激增，包括对华人的歧视性仇恨事件，需要大家予以关注，提升认识和保护意识，不仅是为了自己，更是为了我们的年轻人和孩子们，敬请大家关注下面的消息！ 请散发以下工作坊： 欢迎注册参加在线研讨会：处理和应对仇恨犯罪对身体和心理健康的影响英语讲座：3月12日，星期五，下午6点-晚上8点广东话讲座：3月20日，星期六，上午10点至中午12点普通话讲座：3月22日，星期一，下午6点至晚上8点请在以下网站注册报名：www.tinyurl.com/COVIDhatecrime（中英文） 欢迎注册参加在线研讨会：应对COVID-19疫情期间和之后的孤独与孤立英语讲座：3月11日星期四，下午6:00-晚上8:00粤语讲座：3月16日，星期二，上午10点至中午12点普通话讲座：3月13日，星期六，上午11点至下午1点请在以下网站注册报名：www.tinyurl.com/COVIDloneliness（中英文）
As part of our Covid-19 Chinese Community Impact Project, we're running online information sessions with different groups between June - November. The project is funded by Birmingham Council and therefore targets Chinese people living in Birmingham. If you're over 18 and would like to join a group, please call Chloe on 0121 685 8510. Details on the flyers. 伯明翰华⼈社区中⼼受伯明翰市政府的委托和资助，就疫情对华⼈社区的影响开展调研，作为项目的一部分，我们将在6月至11月期间设立不同的在线小组，分享疫情信息和系列讨论。如果您年满18岁，有兴趣加入我们的在线小组，请致电0121 685 8510 叶姑娘Chloe，详情请参照宣传单张。 English p1 English p2 Simplified p1 Simplified p2 Traditional p1 Traditional p2