Zhejiang UK Association, short for ZJUKA was formed by volunteers from Zhejiang province,
overseas Chinese; non-Chinese individuals and organizations. ZJUKA is a social network.
It is a non-profit, non-religious and non-political association.
本协会是以立足英国、 联系乡谊、 广交朋友、 增进友谊
ZJUKA is based in the UK. It is there as a way for people from Zhejiang to make new
friends; help each other and offer services to its members. Its aims are to promote
friendship, strengthen cooperation; increase awareness and facilitate vitalization
Those who were born, work, live, study or have friends and family in Zhejiang; people
who love Zhejiang, over 16 years old with recognition of the charter of ZJUKA; and
individuals and groups who are willing to contribute to the development of Zhejiang
are all welcome to apply for membership. Anyone, from entrepreneurs to social workers
and social activists, who are enthusiastic about the development of Zhejiang with
recognition of the charter of ZJUKA are all welcome to apply for membership.
Zhejiang UK Association (UKZJA) is an association formed by Chinese who lives in
UK and mainly come from Zhejiang province or have some connection with Zhejiang.
Our members have various culture background and many of them have high achievement
in their own fields. UKZJA would like to provide a platform for both the Chinese
and British communities to enhance their knowledge and understanding of China and
UK, to stimulate debate on key issues and to provide excellent networking opportunities.
Zhejiang UK Association holds monthly dinner/speaker events which provide a unique
informal and welcoming atmosphere in which one can network and gain insight into
the changing face of China. Its topical debates air issues of interest and concern
to our members and generate healthy and sensitive discussion.
Many Chinese people who live in the UK find it hard to gain a real "UK experience"
of life. Our Association aims to fill this gap and be the number one destination
for anyone interested in China and Britain - especially those whose works involve
China and Britain and Chinese people move into and live in Britain – providing a
ready-made community of like-minded professionals. The association's aims are simple