Tag Archives: Tung Sing

Feature: Is the Big Society destroying the very things it’s meant to stand for?

My 84-year-old grandmother was rescued by the Big Society. Or was it the big state? Or was it the doctrine of state multiculturalism? Listen to her story and you tell me. Chau Yuk Sim arrived in Britain from Hong Kong … Continue reading

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News: Tung Sing hosts resident involvement ceremony

Black and minority ethnic (BME) housing association Tung Sing yesterday hosted its second “Your Shout” resident involvement award ceremony, held to recognise residents’ commitment in helping the association better understand the needs and aspirations of all its tenants. The event … Continue reading

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Feature: The modern role of BME housing associations

Thumbing through the newsletters provided by England’s array of Black and Minority Ethnic (BME) housing associations is like embarking on a whirlwind tour through the world’s most unique cultures. Resplendent with vibrant colours, the publications leap at the reader, full … Continue reading

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