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5. Ching-He Huang: "Top chef and author. She combines British and Chinese cooking probably better than anyone else."

Ching-He Huang 

Ching-He HUANG, born in Taiwan in 1978, is a food writer, entrepreneur and TV chef. Her 2006 recipe book, China Modern, contains a variety of Chinese influenced recipes. Her modern Chinese food combines Western and Eastern culinary traditions to create a new and exciting fusion cuisine.

6. Gok Wan: "Top Designer and fashion consultant for British TV Channel 4"

 Gok Wan

Gok Wan, 34, is a British fashion consultant, author and television presenter. His fashion commentaries are published in several international magazines.

7. Guagua Bo: "Bringing Chinese voices and culture into the world's top University."

Guagua Bo 

Guagua BO, 22, studies politics, philosophy, economics in Balliol College, Oxford. He is member of the Oxford Union, was head of the 2008 Beijing Olympic Games Overseas Students Volunteer Corp, and a member of the Adam Smith Institute.

8. Daniel Shing: "Sets a good example in encouraging the Chinese population in the UK to get involved in mainstream politics."

Daniel Shing, 26, is the youngest Chinese elected politician in British history. He is independent of any party.

9. Vanessa-Mae Vanakorn Nicholson: "An outstanding musical talent and a great inspiration to all who see her perform"

Vanessa-Mae Vnankorn Nicholson

Vanessa-Mae Vanakorn Nicholson, 30, is an internationally known British pop and classical violinist. She describes her music as "violin techno-acoustic fusion."

10. Tie Fan: "Has worked on numerous architectural projects in China and the UK but best known for his design of the Scottish Parliament"

Tie Fan

Tie Fan, 34, is a member of the Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) and an assistant partner in the architecture firm Foster and Partners. He has completed several major international projects.

British Chinese Youth Federations is a charity and non-profit making organization, with more than 500 members from all walks of life in Chinese community in the UK. Since its establishment, the British Chinese Youth Federation has proactively responded to challenges in the Chinese community in the UK, helping to generate awareness on art, education, important social and economic issues.

The awards are supported by the All Party China Group of the UK Parliament, The 48 Group Club Young Icebreakers, and the UK Chinese Professional Association, Royal China Group, See Woo Group, Eupo Group, Imperial China, and etc.

(China.org.cn by Ren Zhongxi May 18, 2009)

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