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We had such an honour to perform and witness this special moment: Merseyside's National Wildflower Centre Signing Conservation Agreement with China, at IFB Hub last Friday. Our director Fenfen Huang also featured in the photo on the Liverpool Echo. Take a look at a snippet of our performance below: 
As we are entering Summer, we are also getting busy with various events to be part of including Calday Grammar School's annual Chinese event (this will be our 3rd year performing there), IFB (International Festival of Business) in Liverpool, One World Museum, St Mary's College's International Day, St John Fisher High School's International Day in Harrogate, Higher Bebington Junior School and St...
We will be part of MDI's City Steps performing Chinese dances for another year on Thursday 12th June 2014 (2.30pm at W illiamson Square & 5.30pm on Church Street) and Friday 13th June 2014 (3.30pm on Church Street & 5.30pm at Williamson Square) in Liverpool City Centre.  
Big congratulations to our very own Director Fenfen Huang on winning Propeller TV Presenter Competition and becoming the new face of Propeller. Very proud and excited for her achievement and forthcoming adventures. Best luck!
We are presenting a programme of performances and workshops including Lion Dance, Music,Drums, Traditional Dance and Martial Arts to celebrate the 2500-year-old Dragon Boat Festival at World Museum Liverpool 1-3pm Saturday 7th June 2014. It is a free event funded by Liverpool Mutual Homes. For more information please check https://www.facebook.com/events/1446032242311425/?fref=ts    
We delivered Chinese performances in dance, music and Tai Chi as part of Liverpool Night 2014 on Friday 16th May at Museum of Liverpool. It was funded by Liverpool Mutual Homes. We had 500/600 audience and received wonderful feedback from the funder, venue and audience. Check photos from the event here: https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.10152129892463339.1073741856.49603953338&type=...
We will present an evening of Chinese cultural performances including Chinese dance, music and Taichi as part of Light Night 2014 at Museum of Liverpool. It is funded by Liverpool Mutual Homes. Check details here. 
Our director Fenfen Huang was interviewed by Liverpool Live TV during Chinese New Year 2014. http://liverpool-live.info/blogs/work-experience/4936-erica-s-blog-06-02-14-meeting-dancing-fairy-from-china-fenfen-huang
We are very excited to deliver a talk about women in China in the past and at the present, perform a Chinese dance and deliver dance workshops with Knowsley Domestic Violence Support Services on Friday 7th March 2014. 

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