Lion dancing helps raise £800 for typhoon victims

From left to right, Project TOM volunteers WaiLo Li, Jade Tsui and Kin Hung with William Wong from the Chung Ying Central Restaurant, and Julie Phung and Wai-Chung Li.

From left to right, Project TOM volunteers WaiLo Li, Jade Tsui and Kin Hung with William Wong from the Chung Ying Central Restaurant, and Julie Phung and Wai-Chung Li.

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A Chinese New Year celebration has raised £800 in aid of the Philippines Typhoon Appeal.

The event included traditional lion dancing and was held at the Chung Ying Central Restaurant in Birmingham.

A charity raffle was also organised by WaiLo Li, aged 29, a former Worcester Sixth Form College pupil through Project TOM, the organisation she set up in 2008 to encourage more young people into charity work.

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