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Chinese Welfare Association

The Chinese Welfare Association works with people of all ages to ensure that the Chinese community is treated the same as other communities in Northern Ireland.

What we do

  • Our Community Relations Officers work to strengthen the Chinese community itself, as well as its links with other communities.
  • At the Northern Ireland Chinese Language School various Chinese dialects are taught to the children of the Chinese community.
  • We offer a professional interpreting and translation service.
  • We have published several reports on the experience of the Chinese community in NI. Many of them can be read on our website.

Examples of our work

Generation Y is the CWAs youth group in which children from the Chinese community, other minority communities and the wider community meet and socialise.

Contact details

Chinese Welfare Association
General Office
133-135 University Street

Tel: 028 90 288277
Fax: 028 90 288277

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