又是一年团圆日，9月10日晚，南安普敦华人协会以 “喜迎二十年，欢度中秋节” 为主题的答谢晚宴在JRC饭店盛大启幕，二百多名会员与嘉宾欢聚一堂，共同见证了这场极具温馨的盛会。
伴随着主持人激情洋溢的开场词，南安普敦華人協會會長黄嵩鈞博士、南安普敦市長 Cllr Peter Bailie、中國駐英國大使館僑務參贊卢海田先生、Unity101 Manager Dr. Ram Kalyan ‘Kelly’ 分别上台致辞。黄会长对拨冗莅临晚宴的所有来宾表达了欢迎和感谢。他表示，今晚不仅是一场团圆的盛宴，也是一场感恩的庆典，感谢会员们的一路相伴，感谢各界人士的大力支持，你们的情谊是对我们工作的肯定和鼓励，我们将铭记这份感恩之心，未来我们仍将一路同行。
简讯來自 康洪彬 ⼥⼠
The Chinese Association of Southampton (CAS) were joined by over 200 guests including the Mayor of Southampton Cllr Peter Baillie and the Chinese Embassy Cllr Mr Lu Haitian at the buffet restaurant JRC in Southampton to celebrate their 20th anniversary as well as the Mid Autumn Festival 2019.
All guests and members were being invited to attend free of charge as the Association wanted to show their gratitude and thank for their continuous support, contributions and sponsorship all these years.
After the welcome speeches and the certificate presentation, the event was opened by the Lion Dance performance. During the evening, there were Chinese riddle game, raffle draw and singing contest. Everyone enjoyed the night very much and lots of their members stayed for the singing contest until 10:30pm.
Brief News from Ms. Vikkie Cheng
Twenty Years of Review: Embarking on a New Journey
“Appreciation of the Summer in August; Which carries refreshing breeze; Which meets the blazing sun.”
We invite you to a great gathering.
14th August 2019, the Southampton Chinese Association (CAS) will be celebrating its 20th anniversary at the Northam Community Center, where we will review our 20 years of development in the form of photo shows and with interaction with local community residents, through Chinese cultural workshops as well as dragon dance and lion dance performances.
“Great love is without sound; Great love is without word.” These photos and pictures witness the weather-beaten course of our 20 years, which recorded various warmth and moving moments. We see the hard work and silent dedication of volunteers. We see sincere communications and good interactions among community residents. We see spirit of solidarity, mutual assistance and positive optimism among members.
Looking back at the past, we have harvested gladness and touching moments. Looking forward to the future, we are confident to create another excellent era. The Southampton Chinese Association will continue to serve the local Chinese community and to promote the Chinese culture; we aim to facilitate harmonious coexistence with the local communities. We will strive to build a spiritual home for the local Chinese community and to create a bridge of friendship between China and Britain.
Ms Bin Hong