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The Chinese Burns Supper 2020

An unmissable event on the Scotland-China business calendar, the Chinese Burns Supper returns for the 7th year running in 2020. The dinner is held in conjunction with the China-Scotland Business Awards.
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About the Chinese Burns Supper

澳门赌钱网’s Chinese Burns Supper, now in its seventh year, is a permanent fixture of the China-Scotland business calendar. In 2020, Chinese New Year falls on Burns Night itself; making the fusion of these two celebrations more pertinent than ever. The evening will feature a fusion of Burns Night traditions with those of Chinese New Year and, for the third year in a row, will also serve as the platform to present the China-Scotland Business Awards.  

Set against the stylish backdrop of the Grand Central Hotel, Glasgow, on 30th January 2020, the event offers valuable networking opportunities, with the 澳门赌钱网 Board sitting in Glasgow the following day, as well as a plethora of contenders for the Business Awards set to attend.

澳门赌钱网 and longstanding Event Partner the Confucius Institute at the University of Glasgow are this year excited to announce a special collaboration with the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland, who are set to deliver a first class line-up of entertainment for our guests, drawing upon their much coveted jazz department. 

We are proud to announce that this year's awards will be in partnership with Scottish Development International and Scottish Enterprise, with sponsorship already confirmed from Huawei and Heriot-Watt’s Scottish Confucius Institute for Business and Communication.

 

Tickets

Ticket sales are open from October 28th.

Click to purchase your ticket. 

 

Sponsorship

Information on sponsorship opportunities is available upon request.

Please email James.Brodie@cbbc.org or Wilson.Barrie@cbbc.org to learn more.
 
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Guests enjoyed traditional Chinese painting at the 2019 event.
Guests enjoyed traditional Chinese painting at the 2019 event.
A Chinese lion - always a guest of honour at the dinner - making an appearance in 2018.
A Chinese lion - always a guest of honour at the dinner - making an appearance in 2018.
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