CHOI CENTRE of Beijing
A cocktail party was held to announce the opening of Beijing Choi Centre on 30 November. The Centre is a non-profit, high-level cultural exchange venue operated and managed by the Jonathan KS Choi Foundation. It aims to further promote art and cultural exchanges between China and the European nations.
18 Feb 2020
Jonathan KS Choi Cultural Centre of Cambodia
On 18 February 2020, Group Chairman Dr. Jonathan Choi and the Cambodian Minister of Education Dr. Hang ChuonNaron witnessed the signing ofa MOU Agreement between Sunwah Group and the Cambodia National University of Management to establish the Jonathan KS Choi Cultural Centre in the campus, and set forth to launch a series of international cultural exchange programs.
21 Jun 2019
Jonathan KS Choi Cultural Centre of Shenyang
On 21 June 2019, "the Jonathan KS Choi Cultural Centre" , located in the Shenyang Northeastern University campus was officially opened. At the same time, Sunwah and the Northeastern University jointly hosted an exhibition in the Centre with the theme "Reciprocate the country, support national technology and education" to commemorate the 30th years anniversary of development in Shenyang.
29 Nov 2018
The Chinese University of Hong Kong Jonathan KS Choi Cultural Centre
On 29 Nov 2018, the Choi Kai Yau Education Charitable Trust and the Jonathan K. S. Choi Foundation donated HK$50 million to the Chinese University of Hong Kong (CUHK) for the development of a hostel and a cultural centre in the United College. The donation is a continuation of the Choi's families to support CUHK's long term development.
16 Oct 2018
Jonathan KS Choi Centre of Paris for the Promotion of Cultural Heritage
Chairman of Sunwah Group Dr. Jonathan Choi made donations to establish the "Jonathan KS Choi Centre of Paris for the Promotion of Cultural Heritage" , and sponsored the exhibitions "Age old cities: a virtual journey from Palmyra to Mosul" . Both events were officially opened at the Arab Museum in Paris on 16 October 2018. The French President Emmanuel Macron, French Minister of Culture Franck Riester, former French Minister Culture and Education Jack Lang, French Parliamentary members, Minister of Finance, Secretary of Foreign Affairs, Japanese Ambassador to France and various consulate members attended the Ceremony.