Chinese Food; Junk or Healthy?

Junk or Healthy? “Fancy a takeaway tonight?” ­­– a question we often associate firstly with a yes response and then with guilt once we have consumed thousands of calories. Chinese food doesn’t have to be unhealthy, although is often thought of that way. If we always opt for fried noodles and fried meat, then, of course, […]

A Crisis Waiting to Happen? The Future of the UK’s Chinese Restaurant Industry

The UK restaurant industry is worth an enormous £30 billion a year but there’s a problem; the Chinese restaurant industry is suffering and suffering fast. China’s restaurant industry has seen double-digit growth this year so what’s happened in the UK? Recent research has attributed the downfall in the UK’s restaurant industry to rising costs and […]

Chinese Culinary Arts (Lu Ban) Diploma – Level 3

The world’s first Chinese approved qualification outside of China. It was created by experts in China, namely: Chinese Cuisine Association Tianjin Cuisine Association Tianjin Municipal Education Commission And in conjunction with PAM Education, the language and course structure developed for western students, whilst maintaining the authenticity and expertise of Chinese fine cooking skills. More specifically, […]

Opening the Door to Lu Ban Workshop; creating employment through expertise

Extension of Chinese and UK Education Partnerships Theresa May’s announcement at the end of January of extended Education partnerships between the UK and Chinese Education Sector’s coincides with the outstanding Sino-British collaboration agreements put in place by the PAM team over the past 12 months. You can read more about this ambitious approach to UK […]