In the same week that President Thein Sein told an audience in London that all political prisoners would be freed by the end of the year, several more were added. First was Brang Shawng, a Kachin farmer taken by police a year ago from a displacement camp in Burma’s north for alleged links to the...
Le Cordon Bleu News, 12/12/2012
In The NewsCelebrated Chef Claire Clark Demonstrates at London Institute Le Cordon Bleu London welcomed celebrated chef and former Le Cordon Bleu pâtisserie lecturer Claire Clark MBE into our institute on November 20th to lead a culinary demonstration for our students. In one of our fully equipped demonstration rooms, Chef Clark created mini bubblegum pavlovas, demonstrating skills developed through many years working with the most prestigious restaurants, hotels and event caterers in Britain....
Le Cordon Bleu News, 11/13/2012
In The NewsMichelin-star chef joins 2012 UK Scholarship Award Le Cordon Bleu London can announce an exciting development for the 2012 UK Scholarship Award, with the confirmation that Pierre Koffmann will offer this year’s winner a nine month apprenticeship working at his central London restaurant. Koffmann has been at the heart of fine cuisine in Britain for over 35 years. His previous restaurant, La Tante Claire, set new standards for cooking in Britain...
Nobel laureate and chairperson of the National League for Democracy (NLD) party Aung San Suu Kyi will travel outside Burma for the first time in 24 years next week to attend the ‘World Economic Forum on East Asia 2012’ at the Shangri-La Hotel, in Bangkok, Thailand, an NLD source said on Thursday. Aung San Suu...
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