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On 30th March. LCBA meeting with Equiom Group representatives: Kevin Renshaw and James Leavey from Isle of Man in SPACE, one of LCBA located offices for future cooperation possibilities.

Equiom Group is an award-winning, internationally recognized company specialised in assets guardianship on behalf of private individuals and corporations. Services including: family office, corporate management, trust and foundations, yachting and aviation services, tax solutions, eBusiness services, and property structuring.

昊誠集團是一家屡获殊荣, 獲得國際認可的資產管理集團公司。專注為個人及私人企業的資產進行業務託管和管理。業務包括:家族企業的聯合管理;信託基金的籌組;遊艇及航空服務;稅務解決方案;電子商務拓展;房地產規劃。

Further details please visit the group global website: www.equiomgroup.com

 
 
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Please contact Brian Wong: 07703537728 for more details

 
 
 
 
 
 
BBC2 is currently looking across the UK for talented and versatile amateur cooks, who are competing in family teams.

The programme is filming between the end of this year and early 2017, with 16 teams showcasing their culinary skills. The families will cook in their own homes for some of the rounds, while in others the teams will be tackling challenges to come up with dishes in a filming location kitchen.

Confident cooks will need to enter as part of a team along with two other members of their family, which can also include partners as well as relatives. To keep the contest fair, they unfortunately cannot accept those who are qualified chefs or make the main part of their income from their cooking.Although they do not have a lower age limit, any young people will need to be very hands on rather than just allocated things like prep – so realistically this may be young teens and up.

Entrants can complete a simple form online at http://bit.ly/2avywNV or alternatively the same form will be sent automatically to those who email  food@voltage.tv

Applications will close in October so the sooner keen cooks get in contact the better.

 
 
 
 
Hainan Airlines and Manchester Airport would like to invite you to a celebration of the new Manchester to Beijing Direct route in Liverpool at their Roadshow.

Date: Wednesday, 4th May 2016
Location: Liverpool Hilton Hotel City Centre, 3 Thomas Steers Way, Liverpool L1 8LW
Time: 6.30 pm - 9 pm

The Roadshow will give you the opportunity to learn more about the new route, with entertainment, games and delicious refreshments. There will be the opportunity to win one pair of return flights from Manchester to Beijing!

This new direct route will operate 4 days weekly from 10th June 2016. The scheduled service runs year-round on a wide bodied Airbus A330-300 in Business/Economy configuration. 

Attendees are welcome to bring guests along. 

To RSVP: Please complete this online form : http://bit.ly/1VsZjfF

Any queries, please contact Liverpool Chinese Business Association: Email: info@lcba.net | Tel: 07916 414 759

We look forward to seeing you there.


 
 
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We’re looking for people to take part in some filming with us in Liverpool City Centre between the Monday 8th & Friday 12th February 2016. We will be filming during the day and into the evening and filming itself would take approx. 2 hours on one of those dates, so wouldn’t take up too much of your time. Although there wouldn’t be a fee for appearing on screen, there may be cakes involved!
We’re looking for bright, bubbly individuals and groups of friends who are up for a laugh and who would love the chance to appear on camera and learn some valuable and simple Life Hacks! In this day and age, everyone’s is looking to make things more simple, efficient and cost effective, so look no further - we’re here to help! Broken phone screen? We can show you a simple way to fix it! Tangled ear phones? We’ll show you a hack to solve this problem forever! Stubborn stains on your clothes? No problem!
Any queries, please contact Mark: MarkYoung@objectivescotland.com

 
 
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A new handcrafted Chinese Dragon has just arrived from China for the forthcoming Liverpool Chinatown Chinese New Year celebration, the Year of Monkey. The Dragon is hancrafted by traditional dragon craftsmen in China, the family have been in the industry for over 100 years and has been passed down from generation to generation, so we are very excited to see if finished !! Before a new Dragon is used in a performance, it is customary for them to have their eyes opened, and effectively be “brought to life”. The traditional ceremony will be held in Chinatown by the Liverpool Hung Gar Kung Fu school under the arch in Chinatown 6:30pm Thursday 28th January. There will also be fire cracker display to awaken the ancient beast. The event is free for the public, please come and join in the traditional ceremony.