City is set for Chinese culture

THE Ricefield Chinese Arts and Cultural Centre has announced its latest programme of events.

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On Sunday LiaoLiaoBa Travelling Culture Cafe will be hitting the Biscuit Cafe on Skirving Street in Shawlands at 2pm.

Monthly YingMi Film Club - a free club for film fanatics - will be kicking off Kung Fu film season on Monday at 6pm at the Imaginarium on Saracen Street.

The featured workshop of the month is Chinese Comics with artist Malcy Duff.

See www.ricefield.org.uk for more information or email info@ricefield.org.uk

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