Wikipedia Pages Launch
By Caspar Zialor
Former British Chinese Armed Forces Heritage Project Officer
Currently a Language School student at Qingdao University, Shandong, China
Ming-Ai (London) Institute is celebrating the life of its founder, Therese Shak with this launch of two Wikipedia pages on and a new [name] which will contain news and articles bridging the gap between the cultures of the United Kingdom and the cultures of Greater China.
On the 18th of March in 1932, Therese Shak was a new-born baby; she would live to become an influential philanthropist and academic and to celebrate her life, the Ming-Ai (London) Institute is pleased to be adding a new section to the website, the [name].
The irony of Dr. Shak’s academic career was that her academic expertise was Adult Education, and she undertook a great deal of her academic achievements in her adult life, acquiring her Ph.D. at the grand age of 57! Readers can now learn more about Dr. Shak on the new Wikipedia page all about her.
Therese Shak came from a very religious background her step-father even given an award by the Pope. However, the projects at Ming-Ai (London) Institute are not related to religion. Ming-Ai (London) Institutes strives to engage anyone in the UK who is interested in learning more about Chinese culture. The new Ming-Ai (London) Institute Wikipedia also has more information; it has been going on at Ming-Ai since it was a foundation in 1992.
The British Chinese Armed Forces Heritage Project will be underway until 2019. All though the title is mouth the project aim is simple, which is to preserve the experiences and life stories of British servicemen with experiences of China. This predominantly includes Armed Forces members who worked in British Hong Kong before the Handover in 1997.
The Fun :) Healthy Chinese Cuisine Ambassadors is another mouthful which is a good thing as it’s all about Chinese food! Ming-Ai staff have teamed up with Lee Kum Kee to deliver fun teacher and student training days allowing British students to learn how quick and easy it is to create healthy meals the Chinese way.
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