March 30, 2015, 4:46 pm by admin
Chinese culture in Norwich is blooming. The Chinese population has been in Norwich for about 5 decades and it already has a great impact on the city’s life. The first Chinese restaurant in Norwich has been opened in the late 1950’s in Prince of Wales Road by Mr Sam Wong. Since the middle of the 20th century, the Chinese population keeps rising, bringing many cultural elements into the life of Norwich.
Since the middle of the 20th century, the Chinese population keeps rising, bringing many cultural elements in to the life of Norwich. The most spectacular Chinese event is beyond doubt the Chinese New Year with colourful march, dragoons and lampions each year.
Norwich has two Chinese Associations available for Chinese residents. The West Norfolk and District Chinese Association, which has more than 300 members from all over Norfolk; and the Norfolk Chinese Association has more than 200 local Chinese families as members. They all are working hard as volunteers; many of the Chinese events in the city are were executed by them, making the diverse cultural heritage of Norwich richer.
We at Riverbank Chinese Buffet also play an important role in the Norwich Community Life, have been involved in many charity events; supporting local communities, charities and causes.
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