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Saturday, 19th October 2019

Irish Born Chinese

{All items tagged with Ireland}

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    Sundays @ Noon Concert Series (June 26th) ADMISSION FREE   Sunday June 26th 2011 at 12.00CONCORDE & GARTH KNOX, VIOLA‘THE VIOLA: A WILD BEAST UNLEASHED Concorde Madeleine Staunton (flutes), Paul Roe (clarinets), Elaine Clark (violin), Martin ... (by Whykay June 19, 2011)
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    Swear oath of fidelity for new Irish citizens The citizenship test will not go ahead, but new Irish citizens will need to swear an oath of fidelity to the nation instead of taking ... (by Whykay June 17, 2011)
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    Sundays @ Noon Concert Series (June 19th) Finghin Collins, piano Ludwig van BeethovenSonata in E flat major Op 31 no. 3 Claude DebussyImagesL'Isle Joyeuse  - The Island of JoyFor further information contact Gavin O’Sullivanph: +353-87-2456971address: ... (by Whykay June 13, 2011)
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    Mandarin for post-primary schools Ireland still has no national curriculum for Mandarin, yet Confucius Institute for Ireland found an increase in demand for these courses. I didn't even realise they ... (by Whykay June 1, 2011)
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    Foreign language requirement for entering Irish 3rd level could be abolished Foreign language requirement for entering Irish third level could be abolished. This could stir students interest in the science area. Although languages like Mandarin Chinese ... (by Whykay May 26, 2011)
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    Sundays @ Noon Concert Series (May 29th) ADMISSION FREE   Sunday May 29th 2011 at 12.00Elizabeth Cooney, violinRedmond O’Toole, Brahms guitarwith Rebecca Halliday, oboeMauro GiulianiGran Duo Concertante Op.85 For Violin and GuitarDaniel PenneyLeaving ... (by Whykay May 22, 2011)
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    Hodges Figgis sold to Russian billionaire (Via Irish Independent)I hope the promise holds true that nothing will happen to Hodge Figgis. Waterstones closure is still a shock to me. I missed ... (by Whykay May 21, 2011)
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    "Chinese Hub" in Co. Westmeath A Chinese hub in Co. Westmeath, will this take off? It was proposed last year and backed by then Taoiseach Brian Cowen, and I just ... (by Whykay May 21, 2011)
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    Visiting UK (up to 180 days)? No need for a visa to visit Ireland Tourists from "India, China and Middle Eastern states" who already obtained UK visa for up to 180 days, doesn't need a visa to visit Ireland. ... (by Whykay May 12, 2011)
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    Sundays @ Noon Concert Series (May 15th) Annette Cleary, cello and Lance Coburn, pianoRachmaninovSonata for Cello and Piano in G minor, Op.19 (1901)Webern Drei Kleine Stucke Op.11 (1914)Two Pieces (1899) Sonata (1914) For further information ... (by Whykay May 9, 2011)
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    Hong Kong introduces minimum wage The minimum wage being introduced in HK is HK$28 an hour, which is about €2.43 an hour. This is compared to Ireland's minimum wage which ... (by Whykay May 1, 2011)