Technological University Dublin (TU Dublin) is delighted to host a fascinating lecture by Dr Jun Ni in celebration of the Chinese New Year on Monday, 27 January at 6:30 pm in Grangegorman.
Last week, Dublin Chinese New Year Festival announced details of the programme of events that will take place this year to celebrate The Year of the Rat. A Dublin City Council initiative, Dublin Chinese New Year Festival is your chance to join in the celebrations and immerse yourself in Chinese culture with a programme that includes talks, visual arts, performance, film, music and many family-friendly events.
On Monday, 27 January, Dr Jun Ni, a lecturer in Chinese in the School of Languages, Law and Social Sciences at TU Dublin, will give a brief introduction to the history of Chinese migration in Ireland, examining how Chinese migrants reshape their cultural identity this lecture will focus on the cross-cultural adaptation of Chinese migrants, based on Jun’s own research on Chinese migrants in Ireland. You can also read an article about this topic by Dr Ni on RTÉ Brainstorm.
This event is free, but booking is essential on the Dublin Chinese New Year Festival website.
What: How are Chinese Migrants Adapting to Life in Ireland, Dr Jun Ni
When: Monday, 27th January 2020, 6.30pm
Where: TU Dublin, St. Laurence's Chapel, Grangegorman, Dublin 7