The Anglo-Asian Cultural Centre

Lily and Kam
Lily and Kam
Lily explains that the Centre exists to promote the Chinese language, culture and philosophy.
Lily and Kam 2
Lily and Kam 2
Kam discusses first arriving in Gloucester from Hong Kong, learning English, and the differences between Hong Kong and Gloucester.
Lily and Kam 3
Lily and Kam 3
Lily describes the origins of the Dragon Boat Festival.

The Anglo-Asian Cultural Centre at 91 Barton Street opened on 15 December 2000 (in the building that was formerly All Saints’ Church).

Here, Lily Chen, the Centre’s Secretary, discusses its aims of promoting Chinese language, culture and philosophy, and describes the origins of the Dragon Boat Festival.

Kam Pang describes her arrival in Gloucester from Hong Kong and learning English.

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