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Thursday, 13th December 2018

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Welcome to the simple, redesigned IBC! - Out with the old, in with the new. I present the newly revamped IBC site. by whykay
CNY Dinner at Taste of Chuan - Had dinner with family and friends at Taste of Chuan on Capel Street. Great value, highly recommended. by whykay
CNY Dinner at Taste of Chuan - Had dinner with family and friends at Taste of Chuan on Capel Street. Great value, highly recommended. by whykay
Chinese New Year Festivities - What did you do for CNY? Share your experiences here. by whykay
Kimiko Date-Krumm - what a player! - So I flicked on to see what was on in the centre court, and it was Venus Williams Vs Kimiko Date-Krumm. I watched the first set ... by whykay
What's your comfort food? - To all those IBCs out there... mines home cooked Chinese food, what's your comfort food? by whykay
China has overtaken Japan as world's 2nd largest economy - Aside from the booming headline, I read this other article on the site about Japan's young fight for work at home and abroad and the article answered ... by whykay
Michael Martin and Chinese gaffe - It was like a Fr. Ted moment two days ago, but apparently it caused more of a bruhaha around Ireland amongst the press and media ... by whykay
Ornamental. Oriental. - Collaborative new work from Diane Sabenacio Nititham and Holly Pereira by whykay
Ornamental. Oriental. - Collaborative new work from Diane Sabenacio Nititham and Holly Pereira by whykay
Minor updated to IBC site - Minor update to IBC site -- you can submit youtube vids now. by whykay
Dublin (virtual) culture trail - Dublin cultural trail brings you to some of the major landmarks by whykay
Is there a Hakka Association in Ireland? - I know the early Chinese immigrants in the early 60s were of Hakka background. I'm in my 30s now, and when I grew up in ... by whykay
Travel card aimed at teens - It's good to hear news like this, with the support of Bus Eireann, Dublin Bus, Iarnrod Eireann and LUAS, second level students can save up ... by whykay
A father and son reunited with the help of social networking - A touching story with a happy ending. Any parent's nightmare of having a child kidnapped, as was the case with a little boy who was ... by whykay
Zhang Shuai out of French Open - The first Chinese player to make it into French Open is out, beaten by Daniela Hantuchova.AFP - Hantuchova ends Zhang's French Open bid by whykay
Sundays @ Noon Concert Series (February 27th) - William Dowdall, flutes and electronics by whykay
Sundays @ Noon Concert Series (February 13th) - DUBLIN CITY GALLERY THE HUGH LANESundays @ Noon Concert SeriesADMISSION FREE   Sunday February 13th 2011 at 12.00Joanne Quigley violinDavid Quigley pianoBeethoven: Sonata in D Major ... by whykay
RTE introduce 5 new digital tv channels - We are finally moving towards digital channels, and HD. The only HD channel I have is BBC HD and it's fantastic watching QI, Top Gear, ... by whykay
Olympic torch will come to Dublin - 2011 has been brilliant year for positive publicity, and the success of the Queen's visit pretty much rubber-stamped for the Olympic torch to come to ... by whykay
Hong Kong to get its own Apple Store - I normally go to Causeway Bay for Apple stuff anyway, this is even more of an incentive to go there now.tuaw.com - First Hong Kong ... by whykay
St. Stephen's Green Shopping Centre to get cinema - The 11-screen cinema will be located on top of the car park of St. Stephen's Green. The plans only got a green light and are ... by whykay
UCD classroom charges forces Chinese classes to move to another location - Chinese classes for 5 to 15 year olds held in UCD's classrooms were subject to a weekly fee, these classrooms are normally open on a ... by whykay
A new Sino-British business association in UK - The association launched in London is called "Chinese Business Association (CBA)" and will have an array of networking events, seminars, etc.(Read article via BBC News)Ireland ... by whykay
Stamps from Cultural Revolution era sold for $1.15m - The four stamps, which were never used, was sold to a Hong Kong collector for $1.15m.(Read article via BBC News) by whykay