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Teaching of Chinese language in local schools mooted

An experienced Chinese teacher based in Athlone has raised the possibility of Chinese culture and language teaching in Athlone schools as soon as next year. Tina Wu, who was an English teacher in China long-before gaining an honours Master of Business from AIT, taught Chinese in U.L. as well as Galway secondary and primary schools last year.

Marja Van Kampen, mothers, and sisters

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MARJA VAN KAMPEN, the Dutch born artist, who lived in Galway for many years ands was a founder member of Artspace Studios, is currently displaying her new exhibition, Recollections in Harmony & Colour, in The Kenny Gallery.

Jian bing — a crepe like no other

Jian bing is a traditional Chinese street food created nearly 2,000 years ago in the Shandong Province. It is a thin and crispy crepe made with corn, mung bean, rye, and buckwheat and flavoured with black and white sesame seeds.

Audi A4 celebrates its 25th birthday

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A quarter of a century after its birth, demand is unabated for the Audi A4, now in its fifth generation.

Voting for poster-free candidates might make election posters disappear

To poster or not to poster, that is the question! Insider understands the continuing debate about using posters for the upcoming elections has put the cat among the pigeons in City Hall when it comes to candidates deciding their strategy for getting elected.

LDV unveils second pure-electric vehicle to range

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LDV says it is leading the charge in the electric vehicle sector with the launch of its second pure-electric van, the EV30.

Renault LCVs are taken to the next stage

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With 120 years of expertise and leadership in the market of vans and electric light commercial vehicles in Europe, Groupe Renault has reveals four new models.

'The future will happen whether we like it or not. So let's try to enjoy it'

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Years of research lead a scientist to discover a way in which people can be ‘upgraded’ to better, more advanced, more intelligent versions of themselves, but it is a science in its early form, It is not fully tested. In the wrong hands it could be dangerous.

Discover the benefits of the ancient art of Tai Chi from a qualified professional

Considered for centuries to be the cultural treasure of China, Tai Chi has now become a gift to the entire world.

Mayo tourism industry pitch to international buyers at Meitheal

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The longest established and most important travel trade event for the Irish tourism industry took place this week at the CityWest Hotel last week.

 

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