Silk Road International Film Festival, 7th – 11th March, Dublin
The Silk Road International Film Festival returns to Dublin, Ireland for its sixth edition between 7th & 11th March screening over 90 films including an exclusive array of international films with a special focus on Asian, Persian, Middle Eastern, African & European cinema & showcasing a rich diversity of features, documentaries, animations, shorts & student films. Click here for more info.
Dublin Chinese Food Tour, 9th March, Dublin
Traditional Chinese food tour Dublin was created to Introduce authentic Chinese food to the Irish people. After living in China for three years and being a Native Irish person, I wanted to share this experience with the people of Ireland. I hand pick up to 12 Dishes give a brief history and country background to the dishes. We share the dishes together and meet new people in Dublin. 7:00pm -9:00pm. Click here for more info and to book.
Alice’s Chinese Food Tour, 10th March, Dublin
Learn about authentic Cantonese food, language and culture Dublin has to offer. You’ll learn about and eat some Hong Kongstyle BBQ, the history and etiquette of the traditional Cantonese dim sum lunch (aka Yum Chai), a tour of an Asian supermarket and a stop of Hong Kong style street food. 12:15pm – 3:30pm. Click here for more info and to book.
The Best Laid Plans… Year of the Dog in Modern Chinese History, 13th March, Dublin
In this lecture, Dr Jackson will examine the origins and consequences of China’s Year of the Dog 1958 Second Five Year Plan, and China’s remarkable progress in recent decades. 6:30pm – 7:30pm. Click here for more info and to book.
The Dublin Bar Association Seminar: Irish-Chinese Trade, Opportunities and Challenges, 13th March, Dublin
This seminar will give you an insight into the current and potential Chinese investments in Ireland and the opportunities that are there for legal services providers. Our expert speakers will offer their insights in how to approach business in the Chinese client market-place. Fees: €150.00 Member, €245.00.00 Non Member. 2:00pm – 5:00pm. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for further information and booking form.
2018 Chinese Lantern Festival, 11th March, Galway
To celebrate the Chinese New Year of Dog, NUI Galway China Society will hold a Lantern Festival Party in Hub. 1:00pm- 4:0opm. Click here for more info and to book.
Sir Robert Hart of the Chinese Imperial Maritime Customs, 22nd March, Belfast
Dr Emma Reisz, lecturer from School of History, Anthropology, Philosophy and Politics, will give a public talk on the title of Sir Robert Hart of the Chinese Imperial Maritime Customs: Serving Two Masters. 1:00pm – 1:50pm. Click here for more info and to book.