Tag Archives: Bristol Post

Bristol Post 28-Jan-2017

Bristol Post

Our Chinese New Year celebrations for the Year of the Rooster 2017 were reported on by the Bristol Post.

 

Evening Post – January 2012

Traditional Chinese Lion Dance

‘TWO lions awoke from their slumber to welcome in Chinese New Year’ and the Evening Post came to see what all the fuss was about! We were more than happy to show them how to celebrate Chinese New Year in style!

Evening Post July 28, 2009

UPCC Donation, Evening Post - July 2009

Allan Tan and Raymond Chow had the honour of meeting Terry Waite at a charity garden party held to raise money for the Under Privileged Children’s Charity (UPCC). They handed over a cheque for £1,000, which came from the proceeds of our in-store collection and sales of our plastic carrier bags.

 

thisisbristol.co.uk Good Food Guide May 2009

Good Food Guide logo

Did you see Wai Yee Hong Supermarket in the Evening Post? We were featured in the Good Food Guide as a great place to pick up Oriental foods and to shop for something different!

Bristol Evening Post 26-Jan-08

Aisle in Wai Yee Hong Chinese Supermarket

A piece on Masala Bazaar mentions other exotic food suppliers in Bristol, including Wai Yee Hong Supermarket at Eastgate Oriental City.

 

Bristol Evening Post 07-Feb-08

Traditional Lion Dance Costume

Allison Chow is interviewed for Bristol Evening Post about the arrival of the year of the rat and what foods are eaten during Chinese New Year.

Bristol Evening Post 21-Sep-07

WaterSky Advert Evening Post

Feature advert for Water Sky Chinese restaurant in Bristol mentioning Eastgate Oriental City and Wai Yee Hong Chinese Supermarket.

 

Bristol Evening Post 08-Aug-07

Water Sky Chinese Restaurant

A restaurant review in the Bristol Evening Post for Water Sky Chinese Restaurant, mentioning the Eastgate Oriental City complex and Wai Yee Hong Supermarket.

Bristol Evening Post 21-Aug-07

Wai Yee Hong, Eastgate Oriental City

The Eastgate Oriental City complex, Wai Yee Hong and Water Sky are mentioned in an article about the growing Chinese community in Bristol. The piece includes an interview with Allan Tan, who discusses the visibility of Far Eastern people living and working in the south west and how he hopes that Eastgate Oriental City will be able to cater to their needs.

 

Bristol Evening Post 14-Aug-07

Bristol Chinese Community

The Eastgate Oriental City complex and Wai Yee Hong, and the role they play for Bristol’s Chinese community are discussed in an interview with Allan Tan:

“For years, Bristol’s Chinese community has been lacking a hub for business. Despite scores of thriving firms stretching across Bristol, there has not been a focus for the Chinese population. The opening of Eastgate Oriental City last month is expected to change all that.”