Renowned Hong Kong Life Coach Returns to Swansea to Deliver Talk

Ex-TVB actor turned Life Coach visits the Swansea Chinese Community for the second time to deliver his highly popular talk on living life with joy, mindfulness and gratitude.

Life Coach, Sam Kam, has come back to Swansea to deliver a life empowerment talk as part of his tour around the Chinese communities in the UK.

He discussed topics such as gratitude, forgiveness, and mindfulness; teaching memorable mantras to abide by to live life with peace and joy.

A total of 25 members attended at our community centre.


New Chinese School opening in September

We have some exciting news for Swansea locals.

A new Chinese school will be established with thanks to the Confucius Institute at UWTSD in September.

New Chinese School Flyer
Chinese School Poster
In the meantime, we will greatly appreciate parents of prospective students to complete this survey:

Chinese Version:
English Version:

EDIT: 11/7/2016 Uploaded School Flyer


Fundraiser – Second-Hand Goods Sale

The centre is looking to organise a fundraiser selling second-hand goods as a means to raise money.
Please help us by donating your unwanted items. We will sell these donations to the new arrivals at a reasonable price. All proceeds will go towards supporting the charitable activities of our organisation.
We will appreciate any donation of books, electrical goods, small furniture etc of good, working condition. Any help in supporting us will be highly appreciated.

Please contact Candy 07951272304 to arrange the collection or donation of any items at Swansea Chinese Community Co-op Centre, SA1 5LF.

Thank you.


Entry Level English Class for Chinese Elders (50+)

Date: 13th and 20th June 2016
Time: 10:00AM – 12:00PM
We would like to invite adults aged 50+ for a free taster Entry-level English class will take place on Monday 13th and 20th June at the Chinese centre.

Classes will be taught in Mandarin.


Membership Renewal

Dear beneficiaries,

Please be reminded that Annual Memberships for service users will expire on the 31st June 2016.
Benefits of membership include regular newsletters with updates of current and local services and discounted rates on trips.

Membership fees are as follows:
Adults (18+) – £20p.a.
Senior Citizen (60+) – £15p.a.
Families (2 adults with children under 18) – £30p.a.

All fees received will go towards funding the operational costs of running the centre (including rent, utility bills, and centre staff wages).
For more information, please call in at our drop-in centre or call us on 01792 469919 between Monday and Thursday, 12-3PM.

Thank you.


Past Publications Available to Download

Whilst we are updating our website, please visit our Publications page to view our previous annual reports and activities. Annual reports have been made available for you to download.



Two community members, April Kong and Yen Yen Lai will be running a ‘Red Envelope Papercraft Workshop’ at the centre over the School Easter Holidays.

Please call the centre for more details or to register on 01792 469919.

When: Thursday 31st March 2016, 2PM – 4PM

Where: Swansea Chinese Community Co-op Centre, SA1 5LF

Cost: Adults £2 Children £1

Attention: All children under the age of 7 must be accompanied by an adult.



The All Wales Annual Race Equality Conference 2016 hosted by Race Council Cymru is an annual event attended by grassroots communities and public sector representatives across Wales. The event is due to take place at the Wales Millennium Centre on the 21st of March, which coincides with the United Nations International Day for the Elimination of Racial Discrimination.

Keynote Speakers this year are to include:

Sir Nick Young – Former Chief Executive British Red Cross
Salah Mohammed – CEO Welsh Refugee Council
Humie Webbe – Time to Change Wales
Iolanda Banu Viegas – Wrexham CLPW
Kanwal Mahmood – Victim Support Cymru
Rachel Allen / Jenny Mullis – Gwent PCC Official and RCC BAME Engagement Project Officer
Phil Offord – RCC Training Manager

Tickets for entry are available to book for £25 (lunch included).
Click HERE to register for the All Wales Annual Race Equality Conference 2016

{EDIT: Updated speaker representing Victim Support Cymru.}


Chinese New Year 2016

Our Chinese New Year celebrations on 7th February 2016 were once again a big hit with the local Swansea community. Official door numbers from our partners, the National Waterfront Museum, indicated 2474 visitors came to join in with the festivities on the day!