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IIHCS appointed test centre for key Mandarin language exams

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The Irish International Hotel and Catering School has announced that it has been appointed by the Confucius Institute in UCC as a test centre for the YCT and HSK exams (Mandarin language exams administrated by Hanban the cultural department of the Chinese government).

Councillor calls to end the “barbaric” killing of stray horses

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The practice of putting down stray horses and in particular mares in foal after five days unless they have been claimed by their owners was described as “something that I don’t think anyone with any decency can stand over,” by Independent Cllr Gerry Ginty this week.

Chinatown open to trade in four years

The consortium behind the €1.4 billion Chinese exhibition suburb planned for the eastern edge of Athlone expect to begin construction within a year and a half, and open doors in 2015 if all goes according to plan, after its €175 million first phase was given the go-ahead on December 2.

Natural treatments at Care & Cure

Care & Cure Chinese Acupuncture is a European leader in bringing acupuncture and Chinese medicine into Europe’s mainstream healthcare market. With the support of the Chinese government and a wealth of highly respected experts, they want to share their comprehensive medical system with all who seek a natural and safe treatment for their ailments and disabilities.

Open day at Care Cure

Care Cure Chinese Acupuncture is a European leader in bringing acupuncture and Chinese medicine into Europe's mainstream healthcare market. With the support of the Chinese government and a wealth of highly respected experts, the company wants to share its comprehensive medical system with all who seek a natural and safe treatment for their ailments and disabilities.

Castlebar to benefit from GMIT-Chinese strategic partnership

A new deal between Galway-Mayo Institute of Technology and Nanchang University, China, has been described as ‘momentous’. The strategic partnership agreement with the Chinese university, which is ranked as one of the top 100 universities in China, will have a huge impact for Castlebar and the entire region, according to Labour councillor Harry Barrett.

 

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