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Welcome to the Wah Sing Chinese Community Centre Website

We are a registered charity organisation; serving the Chinese Community living in the Merseyside area by providing social, cultural and educational activities.

Formed in 1965, the community centre has been based at 149 Duke Street, in the Chinatown Area of Liverpool, ever since.

The Wah Sing Chinese Community Centre is a well-respected and established organisation in Liverpool with strong links to other major Chinese communities in the UK and Europe.




華聲社中文學校于六月四日举行班際朗誦比賽,參加的同学非常踴躍,老師們借比賽,輔導学生們多認識詩詞散文及朗誦表演。 ...

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Some more photos from Mr Corbyn's visit
(Courtesy of John Sung)

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Wah Sing Chinese Community Centre Traditional Dance Group were invited to perform at the Lord Mayor of Liverpool's Grand Charity Ball on Saturday 20th May. They were joined at the prestigious event by some members to support the evening's theme of Diversity. ...

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Some photographs of Mr Corbyn's visit
(Courtesy of Tony)

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A special visitor dropped by today at Wah Sing. ...

Today, we paused from our General Election campaigning for an hour from midday. People from all parties paid tribute to local groups working to unite communities across the country, demonstrating Jo Cox’s belief that we have more in common than that which divides us. I visited Pagoda Arts and the Wah Sing Chinese Community Centre. They work to introduce Chinese Culture, through a selection of classes and activities, to people from all backgrounds and all faiths, and none, in Liverpool. They provide services for people of all ages, and host cultural festivals and provide a space for local disabled groups to meet. It was enlightening meeting and talking with the workers and volunteers who keep this centre running, and those who use and benefit from its services. There are tens-of-thousands of places like this across our country and the workers and volunteers who keep them running are invaluable to our society. They bring us together and enrich our lives. And they, often unknowingly, celebrate our diversity, create cohesion in our communities and reinforce that we have more in common than that which divides us. Today’s period of reflection, is ahead of the #GreatGetTogether, organised by Brendan Cox, which will take place between 16 and 18 June. Find out more here: www.greatgettogether.org/

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