The “British Chinese Heritage Project | Chinese Lives in Birmingham” is a historical project that looks at the lives of individual migrants and British Chinese, as well as the development of the Chinese community within Birmingham – an integral part of the city’s history over the last half-century .

Funded by the Heritage Lottery Fund and headed up by the Chinese Community Centre Birmingham (CCC-B) – the project is the first of its type in the West Midlands.

As part of the project, there will be a public exhibition for the wider community to look at the photographic displays, listen to some of the discussions and understand a bit more about the Birmingham Chinese Community.

From Sat 17th May, a free, pop-up exhibition will be at held the Barber Institute for 3 weeks, prior to being permanently archived at the Library of Birmingham.







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