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LASCO bids farewell to Niu Quingbao

Published:Wednesday | March 14, 2018 | 4:07 PM
Lascelles Chin (right), executive chairman of LASCO Affiliated Companies presents Chinese Ambassador Niu Quingbao (left), with a Hugh Wright painting of Dunn's River Falls. Sharing in the moment is the Ambassador's wife, Madame Juan Yun.-Contributed
Stephen Liao, owner of National Serve (left) greets Senator Ruel Reid, Minister of Education, Youth and Information (right) during cocktails at the farewell dinner. Sharing in the moment is Richard Chin (centre). -Contributed
Lascelles Chin (right), executive chairman of LASCO Affiliated Companies with Thalia Lyn, CEO of Island Grill.- Contributed
From left: Lascelles Chin, executive chairman of LASCO Affiliated Companies; Minister of Gender, Culture, Entertainment and Sport, Olivia Grange; wife of the Chinese Ambassador to Jamaica Yuan Jun, and her husband Niu Quingbao at a farewell dinner as the ambassador's tour of duty on the island comes to an end. -Contributed
Catherine Goodall, beverages marketing manager at LASCO Manufacturing pauses from her conversation with James Rawle (left), managing director of LASCO Manufacturing and Minister of Justice Delroy Chuck.-Contributed
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Before the Chinese Ambassador to Jamaica Niu Quingbao, departed the island, the executive chairman of LASCO Affiliated Companies Lascelles Chin held a special dinner in his honour at the Jade Gardens Restaurant.

The chairman hosted Government ministers, business leaders, board members and the senior management of LASCO, to celebrate the legacy of the ambassador, and thank him for his service to what was for a short time, his adopted home — Jamaica.