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Business »

China firm invest £1 billion into Sheffield

Sichuan Guodong Construction Co is to invest more than £1 billion over the next 60 years in Sheffield. The projects involve a major hotel development, student accommodation, retail and leisure space. Wang Chunming (Sichuan Guodong's chairman) came to know Sheffield since his daughter is a university student here.

Entertainment »

KTV at Sheffield Chinese Community Centre.

Every Tuesday at 3:30pm Sing 聲相識卡拉OK, Merry Merry Karaoke. Karaoke is a form of interactive entertainment or video game in which anyone can sings along with recorded music (a music video) using a microphone and public address system. The music is typically a well-known popular song minus the lead vocal. Activities 定期活動 »


Environment »

The Great Sheffield Flood.

On 25th June 2007 Sheffield suffered its worst flooding in recent memory. Two people were killed by the floodwaters, and extensive damage was caused to businesses and homes. Office workers had to be airlifted to safety in Brightside, and a number of shops at Meadowhall suffered flood damage and were closed for months.

Politics »

President Xi secures direct flights to China.

Manchester has secured its first ever direct service to mainland China, as President Xi Jinping visited the city in 2015. Carrier Hainan Airlines will run the service from June 2016. The fact a direct Beijing flight has been secured was confirmed by Ambassador Liu Xiaoming. Bookings can be made on Hainan Airline website.


Community News

  • Attacked Victim Mr Li

    A Chinese student was attacked and robbed by a violent Middle Eastern gang near the I.C.

    The Student attended NGH, and waited a day and a half for an operation and was unable to eat or drink during that time.

  • download funeral service PDF

    Sheffield Lion Dance teacher Jimmy Wan passed away on 4 July 2016. He was well known and respected in the community for his generousity. Funeral was held at Greonside Crematorium in which his students paid their respect with a final lion dance performance.

  • Sheffield MP Paul Blomfield

    Chinese students in Sheffield are worth £120m per year to the local economy, claims a study by the University of Sheffield.

    Sheffield MP Paul Blomfield said overseas students provided "tens of thousands of jobs".


Carl Ngo practising on a wooden dummy
Sheffield Lion Dance Team