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David Nam

A nonpartisan campaign to seek apology for the forced repatriation of Chinese Sailors after Second World War

Many thousand Chinese men served in the Chinese Labour Corps in France during the First World War and on the British Merchant ships that supplied Britain in both World Wars. They were renowned to be knowledgeable in their duties, hardworking but were paid less than their British counterparts. Many of them died alongside their British colleagues on land and at sea. At the end of the Second World War over 2000 Chinese seamen who had helped in the war effort lived in Merseyside.

DN
29 Dec 2022
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Year of the Rabbit 2023

On-line Silent Auction Live Now!

In the run up to our Lunar New Year banquet this Thursday 26 Jan at the legendary Dumplings Legends Restaurant, 15-16 Gerrard Street, 6.30pm for 7.00pm CLDs is running a Silent Auction. The auction is live now!

24 Jan 2023
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Alex Melia

Meet Alex Melia: Community Champion, Festival Director and Candidate for Dollis Hill, Brent

Alex first got into local political activism because he wanted to tackle local problems such as rubbish, vandalism and anti-social behaviour. Through these activities, he got to know and began working with local Liberal Democrat members and is now standing for councillor in the Dollis Hill ward of Brent. He is currently Chair of a local residents' association as well as Secretary to the Chinese Liberal Democrats.

28 Apr 2014
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