Tag Archives: Chinese Culture

St Werburghs News, 9-Jul-07

Wai Yee Hong Grand Opening - Girl in costume

Wai Yee Hong, a family-run Chinese cash & carry and the largest supplier of oriental goods in the south west, celebrated the grand opening of their new centre at Eastgate Oriental Centre, near Eastville Market today.

 

Great Fun at our Grand Opening!

Wai Yee Hong Opening Day Crowds

On 8th July 2007 over 3,000 people joined us in our opening day celebrations. The sunshine came out as crowds enjoyed the live music, kung fu demonstrations and plenty of refreshments!

Open for Business!

Wai Yee Hong Entrance

Wai Yee Hong, Eastgate Oriental City is now open!
With everyone working till late every night in the weeks running up to today, we finally opened our doors to customers on Saturday 7th July 2007.

 

Grand Opening

Wai Yee Hong, Eastgate Oriental City

The grand opening of our new store at the Eastgate Oriental City complex will be held on Sunday 8th July 2007.

 

Bristol and Avon Chinese Women’s Group

“We aim to relieve sickness, hardship and distress by providing assistance, advice, representation and services amongst Chinese women. We provide or assist in the provision of facilities for recreation for Chinese women who need such facilities due to age, infirmity or disablement, poverty or social welfare with a view to improving their quality of life. […]

Bristol Overseas Chinese Association

“We aim to serve the local Chinese community and raise cultural awareness, eliminating racial discrimination, promoting equality of opportunity and good relations between persons of different racial groups. Activities include a community centre for the local Chinese community, a Chinese language school, an elderly people’s club and courses/workshops for local Chinese people.” Contact Meeting Place: […]

 

Wai Yee Hong is moving!

Wai Yee Hong, Eastgate Oriental City

In July 2007 we shall be moving to our new premises in Eastgate Oriental City, just off the M32 in Bristol.

Chinese New Year 2007

Traditional Chinese Lion Dance

Chinese New Year is the most eagerly awaited date on the Chinese calendar. The arrival of the New Year signifies a point at which all misgivings should be forgotten and the chance for a new beginning.