The Shanghai Gaelic Football Club Saints and Sirens in association with The Camel Sports Bar would like to invite you to join us at our first fundraising event of 2011. We will be holding a table quiz on Wednesday 6th April, starting at 7.30pm sharp.
Please let us know ASAP if you wish to attend as tables are limited – email@example.com. Entry is 100RMB per person and includes discounted drinks. There is a cash prize for the winning team as well as tickets on sale for excellent spot prizes.
We look forward to seeing you on the night!
St Patrick’s Night at The Camel This Thursday 17th March!
The Camel are showing the All Ireland Club Championship final, live from Croke Park. St. Bridges of Roscommon v Crossmaghlen of Armagh, throw in is @ 11:30pm! Pints of Guinness are 50RMB
Party On: St Patrick’s Celebrations Announcement from Le Chéile
An Féile Beag – To make sure everyone gets the chance to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day in style, we are pleased to share information about our family celebrations to take place this coming Saturday the 12th to which everyone is invited and entry is FREE!
The ‘Big Kids Little Irish Festival’ …with something for the children too! Saturday 12th March 10:30am till 2:00pm
4th floor Atrium, the Shanghai Centre (inside the Portman Ritz Carlton on Nanjing Road, Puxi). Stage show and live performances start prompt at 11. Please arrive before then.
A morning of celebration, culture, tradition and loads of craic for kids of all ages.
FOR THE LITTLE KIDS: Big bouncy castle, life-sized Irish giant Finn McCool (he’s huge), Finbarr the Irish Dragon (he’s friendly), a bury of Irish rabbits, dancing shamrocks, clowns, face-painting, twisty balloons, colouring in, an inflatable Eire, Irish Wolfhounds (costumes), singing and dancing, snacks, St. Patrick himself and more.
FOR THE BIG KIDS: LIVE on the big stage: Traditional and modern Irish music and dance performances, Celtic Storm (China’s only all-Chinese Irish dance troupe) and the Le Cheile Kids, in Irish costume, dancing and singing some of the old ‘songs we learned at school’ in Irish. (We promise there won’t be a dry eye in the house).
…and for the GAA: Murphy’s Irish Stout on tap!
Study In Ireland, an exhibition by the leading Irish Universities will accompany the festival, giving people who want to learn more about studying in Ireland the chance to talk with the Universities face-to-face.
So please get yourselves dressed up in the old green and come along and enjoy the carnival atmosphere and support the kids who have been rehearsing their singing and dancing for this party since the end of January…and have a bit of fun yourselves while your at it.
FREE to members, friends and guests. To confirm invitation please email féileshanghai@gmail.com.
Brought to you by Féile Shanghai with the support of the Consulate General of Ireland in Shanghai, Le Cheile Shanghai, the Irish Business Forum, the GAA, Enterprise Ireland, Tourism Ireland and Bord Bia (the Irish Food Board).
…and with the very generous support of Murphy’s Irish Stout.
We look forward to seeing you there.
Event: Business breakfast – Irish Chamber of Commerce
Location: Sofitel Hotel, Nanjing Dong Lu
Date; March 11th
Time; 8.00am – 9:30am
Price : Y250pp including buffet breakfast.
As seating is limited to 40, please register before Thursday 10th to IBFshanghai@gmail.com to ensure you get a place.
1- Speaker: Brendan Waldron – Chairman Irish Chamber of Commerce China
Official launch of the Irish Chamber of Commerce China
2- Speaker: Greg Hallahan – PSA Pacific Strategies & Assessments
What to do when you suspect your China-based employees are committing fraud?
How to handle counterfeiting issues and protect your product?
Commercial espionage and IP theft – how prevalent is it really and how do you protect your company from it?
Physical security issues – especially important for factory sites.
3- Question and Answer