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              The Department of Accountancy

Master of Accountancy and
Postgraduate Diploma in
Accountancy Programmes

              (Accredited Conversion Programmes for
              the Hong Kong Institute of Certified Public
              Accountants Qualification Programme)
Programme Co-Directors
                      Programme Co-Directors
                      Professor K. H. Chan, PhD, MAccSc, BCom, FCPA(HKICPA), CPA(USA), CMA(USA)
                      Ms. Rebecca Luo, MBA, LLB, BBA, CPA(HKICPA)

                      A Message from the Programme Co-Directors
                     We are pleased to invite applications for the 2009-10 intake of the Postgraduate
                     Diploma in Accountancy (PGDA)/Master of Accountancy (MAcc)
                     Programme organized by the Department of Accountancy, Lingnan University.
This programme will commence on 12 September 2009 (Saturday). The normal study duration is 1 year part time
for the PGDA and 2 years part time for the MAcc. The maximum period of study is 2 years for the PGDA and 4
years for the MAcc programme respectively.

The PGDA programme (which serves as the year 1 of the MAcc programme) has been accredited as a Conversion
Programme for direct entrance to the Qualification Programme (QP) of the Hong Kong Institute of Certified Public
Accountants (HKICPA). We aim to provide the PGDA awardees (including non-accounting degree graduates or
accounting graduates with a non-recognized accounting degree) with the necessary accounting knowledge to pursue a
career in professional accountancy. Passing the QP is a pre-requisite for qualification as a professional accountant, i.e.
a CPA, in Hong Kong.

A PGDA will be granted to every student who has successfully completed six required courses and met other
University graduation requirements. Qualified 2009/10 PGDA awardees can apply to continue their year 2 study
of the MAcc programme in 2010/11. Thus, in effect, the PGDA serves as an intermediate award for the MAcc
programme. However, admission is subject to student qualification and quota constraint and the offering of the
programme is at the discretion of the University. We also welcome applications for direct admission to year 2
MAcc study in this 2009-10 intake. Qualified PGDA graduates or holders of equivalent qualifications may apply
for direct admission to our year 2 MAcc programme and complete an additional five courses in order to receive the
MAcc award.

There have been major reforms in international and local accounting and auditing standards since the recent
financial scandals in the US, Europe and China. Increasing complexity in the business and regulatory environment
explains the high demand for enhanced knowledge in accountancy for both business executives and professional
accountants. By providing a deeper knowledge in accountancy beyond the bachelor degree level, our programmes
will serve to equip students to meet the needs of society. In fact, accounting education is no longer something
just for professional accountants; rather, it is an essential management tool for all business executives. Hence, our
PGDA/MAcc programmes can serve anyone in business who wants to strengthen their knowledge in accountancy.
These programmes also offer you an outstanding opportunity to enhance networking with personnel of diverse
business management background or those with other experiences.

We are committed to provide cutting-edge accounting education. All accounting staff members in our Department
are qualified accountants and most of them hold doctoral degrees in Accountancy. They have significant expertise
in the latest developments in professional accountancy and accounting education. Backed up by our top level
research, our connections with industry, and the University’s quality assurance system, our Department provides an
outstanding education in all of its programmes.

The programme is designed to provide a high quality postgraduate level education to meet the needs of the Hong
Kong community, and increasingly of Mainland China, for accounting, audit and tax executives and for the “leaders
of tomorrow”. We believe the programme is valuable and relevant to your personal and career advancement. We                 1
hope you are interested in our programme and we look forward to meeting you soon.
    Programme Structure
    Objectives and Mission of the Programme
    The programme is designed for individuals who are, or intend to be, working in the field of accountancy or
    related disciplines, such as financial management and investment planning. The programme provides professional
    accountants, business administrators, managers and executives in a wide range of positions with an enhanced
    knowledge of the conceptual framework of accountancy. The programme structure is designed to provide students
    with a deeper knowledge in accountancy and to broaden their knowledge in other related subjects.

    The programme enables students to:
    •    acquire extensive and in-depth knowledge in the accountancy field;
    •    update and broaden their knowledge of the latest developments in accounting theory and practice;
    •    develop and enhance their analytical skills to be able to critically analyze and question existing knowledge and
         practice in accountancy;
    •    integrate and apply their knowledge of accountancy in decision making; and
    •    develop their ability to adapt and innovate to solve accounting and related problems in an ever-changing
         business environment.

    Programme Structure
    The PGDA/MAcc programme is a part-time credit-based programme. All courses in the programme structure are
    designed on the basis of three-credit units, and each three-credit course requires 39 hours of class contact. The
    total credit requirements for the PGDA programme is 18. Students are required to complete 6 required courses in
    2009/10 to obtain the PGDA (subject to exemptions granted). Qualified PGDA graduates can study 5 additional
    courses, comprising 1 required course and 4 elective courses (15 credits), for the MAcc degree. To summarize:

    (i)   A Postgraduate Diploma in Accountancy (PGDA) will be granted to students who have successfully
          completed the 6 required courses (18 credits).

    (ii) A Master of Accountancy (MAcc) degree will be granted to students who have successfully completed the
         PGDA or its equivalent and an additional 5 courses (15 credits) prescribed in the year 2 curriculum.

    The normal durations for the PGDA/MAcc programmes are respectively 1 and 2 years part-time. The maximum
    period of study will be respectively 2 and 4 years from the date of first registration, subject to the continued
    offering of the relevant programmes/courses.

    Pre-entry Courses
    Applicants with a degree other than in business have
    to pass a Pre-entry Programme prior to the start of
    the PGDA programme. The Pre-entry Programme
    includes courses in Accounting, Economics,
    Information Systems Management, Management
    and Statistics, which are non-credit bearing courses
    with pass/fail result. Students may also satisfy
    the pre-entry requirements by taking equivalent
    bachelor degree courses in other recognized tertiary
    programmes. Subject to demand, the Pre-entry
2   Programme will be offered around early August 2009
    during weekday evenings and weekends.
Programme Curriculum/Study Plan
Programme Curriculum/Study Plan
Sept 2009 – Aug 2010 (Year 1: successful completion leading to the award of the PGDA)

   Required Courses:                                                    Lecture Hours      Credits
   1. ACT501 Auditing                                                      39 hours           3
   2. ACT502 Business and Company Law                                      39 hours           3
   3. ACT503 Cost and Management Accounting                                39 hours           3
   4. ACT504 Financial Accounting and Reporting                            39 hours           3
   5. ACT505 Hong Kong Taxation and Tax Planning                           39 hours           3
   6. ACT506 Managerial Finance                                            39 hours           3
   Total credits                                                                             18

Sept 2010 – Aug 2011 (Year 2 - successful completion leading to award of the MAcc)
(Note: Qualified PGDA graduates or holders of equivalent qualifications may apply for direct entry to year
       2 of the MAcc programme in Sept 2009. Offer is subject to enrollment demand and admission is
       subject to quota constraint.)

   Required Course:                                                     Lecture Hours      Credits
   7. ACT601 Accounting Theory                                             39 hours          3

   Four Elective Courses*:
   8. Elective 1                                                           39 hours            3
   9. Elective 2                                                           39 hours            3
   10. Elective 3                                                          39 hours            3
   11. Elective 4                                                          39 hours            3
   Total credits                                                                              15

   Total lecture hours / credits                                           429 hours          33

*Elective Courses:
ACT602           Research Project
ACT603           Comparative Financial Reporting and Accounting
ACT604           Accounting Framework in Mainland China
ACT605           Contemporary Issues in Management Accounting
ACT606           Forensic Accounting and Fraud Examination
ACT607           Financial Statement Interpretation and Analysis
* The offering of elective courses is subject to sufficient demand and class quota.

In addition to the specified programme curriculum, a seminar on business communication may be arranged during
the second year of MAcc study to strengthen students’ communication skills.

   Pre-entry Programme (non-credit bearing)                          Class Contact Hours
   (For non-business degree holders only.)
   1. Accounting                                                           15 hours
   2. Economics                                                            15 hours
   3. Information Systems Management                                       15 hours
   4. Management                                                           15 hours
   5. Statistics                                                           15 hours                            3
   Total class contact hours                                               75 hours
    Professional Recognition
     Professional Recognition
     The PGDA programme has been accredited as an approved Conversion Programme under the Qualification
     Programme (QP) of the Hong Kong Institute of Certified Public Accountants (HKICPA). Awardees of the
     PGDA are eligible for direct entry into the Institute’s QP, provided they hold a recognized first degree. Passing
     the QP is a pre-requisite for becoming a qualified accountant in Hong Kong.

     The Association of Chartered Certified Accountants
     (ACCA) will grant the maximum exemptions from 9
     papers in the fundamental level to qualified graduates of
     the PGDA programme.

     Award of PGDA and MAcc
     The performance of participants in each course is assessed
     by examinations as well as other assessment methods, such
     as assignments, group projects and presentations. The
     assessment process will follow the general grading policy as
     prescribed by Lingnan University.

     There are two levels of award:

     (i)   Students will be awarded a Postgraduate Diploma in Accountancy (PGDA) degree if they complete the
           six required courses with a cumulative grade point average (GPA) of 2.67 or above.

           All students must have a GPA of 2.67 (equivalent to B-) or above in the first six required courses (of
           study in 2009-10) before they can be invited to progress further in the 2nd year of study of the MAcc

     (ii) A Master of Accountancy (MAcc) degree will be granted to students who have successfully completed
          the year 2 course requirements prescribed in the curriculum (11 courses totalling 33 credits) with a
          cumulative GPA of 2.67 or above. Students who complete the whole 2-year curriculum will be awarded
          BOTH the PGDA and the MAcc degree. The PGDA serves as intermediate award for the MAcc

Admission Requirements
Admission Requirements
The minimum requirement for admission to
the PGDA programme can be met by any of
the following:

(1) a bachelor’s degree in business or
    equivalent from a recognized tertiary

(2) a bachelor’s degree in a non-business
    discipline from a recognized tertiary
    institution (applicants under this category have to complete a pre-entry programme);

(3) A professional accounting qualification equivalent to that of the HKICPA with substantial professional
    experience; or

(4) other qualifications and experience deemed equivalent to (1) to (3) above (considered on a case-by-case basis).

(a) Applicants with a degree and have studied Accounting, Economics, Information Systems Management,
    Management, and Statistics from a bachelor degree programme in a recognized tertiary institution are
    considered business degree holders.
(b) Applicants bear the responsibility to confirm with the HKICPA that their bachelor degrees are recognized
    in meeting the student registration requirements of the HKICPA QP before applying for admission to
    the PGDA programme. The PGDA awardees shall be eligible to enroll in the HKICPA QP programme.
    However, the final admission decision is subject to the approval of the HKICPA.
(c) Those currently undertaking a bachelor degree and who expect to acquire it before the programme
    commences may also apply for admission.

(II) Year 2 Study of MAcc
Students who pass the six year 1 courses (18 credits) with a cumulative GPA of 2.67 or above will be awarded the
PGDA. Graduates will be invited to progress and complete the year 2 courses (15 credits) for the MAcc degree.
We also welcome applications for direct admission to year 2 study of the MAcc in September 2009. Previous
PGDA graduates or holders of equivalent qualifications may apply for direct admission to year 2 study of the
MAcc. For 2009-10 PGDA graduates who have chosen not to progress to the 2nd year of study in 2010-11 and
subsequently seek readmission to complete the MAcc award in later years, readmission cannot be guaranteed.

Exemption Policy
In general, course exemption will not be granted unless the student has taken a course (from a bachelor degree
or above programme in a recognized tertiary institution) that is comparable in scope and standard to the PGDA
required course and has achieved a grade of B- or above. Exemption application will be considered on a case-by-
case basis. Courses exempted will not exceed 50% of the total credits required for the PGDA curriculum.
    Commencement of the PGDA /
    MAcc (year 2) Classes

    Commencement of the PGDA / MAcc (year 2) Classes
    12 September 2009 (Saturday) for PGDA; 31 October 2009 (Saturday) for MAcc (year 2).

    Time and Venue of Classes
    For the six PGDA required courses, classes will meet every Saturday (except public holidays) from 2:30 p.m. to 9:30
    p.m. (with 1 hour dinner break) at Lingnan University campus (Tuen Mun).

    For the year 2 MAcc courses and pre-entry courses (which will normally be offered in early August each year),
    class meeting time and venue will depend on class enrollment. A formal announcement will be made prior to the
    commencement of the courses.

    A free shuttle may be arranged for transportation between Tsuen Wan MTR and the Lingnan campus, with
    availability subject to sufficient demand from students of the programme.

    Tuition Fees
    Tuition fees for the Postgraduate Diploma in Accountancy (year 1 of the MAcc programme) and the year 2 of
    the MAcc Programme are HK$43,000 and HK$47,000 respectively. The amount shall be paid within one week
    from the date of official notice of admission. The full amount is to be paid regardless of the number of courses
    exempted. Tuition fees paid are NOT refundable whether the student completes the programme or not. The
    tuition fee for EACH Pre-entry course is HK$4,500.

    Any applicant who needs to complete the Pre-entry Programme is required to pay (1) tuition fees for the applicable
    pre-entry courses; and (2) a non-refundable deposit of HK$20,000 for the PGDA programme upon admission to
    the Pre-entry Programme. Other than cases where the student cannot pass the Pre-entry Programme, the deposit
    paid is NOT refundable and the amount paid will be forfeited.

    A deposit of HK$600 (subject to adjustment) is payable by all students together with the payment of the PGDA /
    MAcc tuition fee. This amount is used to cover the University’s PGDA / MAcc graduation fee of HK$600 (payable
    upon approval for graduation). Where the balance is insufficient to pay the entire graduation fee, a student must
    pay the difference before the degree is awarded.

    Continuing Education Fund (CEF)
    The PGDA/MAcc programme is approved as a reimbursable course by the Hong Kong Council for Accreditation
    of Academic and Vocational Qualifications. On successful completion, eligible applicants may apply for
    reimbursement of 80% of the programme fees by the Office of the Continuing Education Fund of the HKSAR
    Government, subject to a maximum sum of HK$10,000.

    Language of Instruction
    Cantonese / English

Applications for Admission
Applications for Admission
1. Application Period
    The closing date for applications is 30 June 2009. Admissions will be closed once the quota is reached.

    If an applicant submits the completed application on or before 31 March 2009, HK$3,000 of tuition fee will
    be deducted. If an applicant submits the completed application on or before 30 April 2009, HK$2,000 of
    tuition fee will be deducted.

2. Application Materials
    An application form is attached on page 11 and 12 with this brochure. It can also be downloaded from the

3. Application Fee
    A non-refundable and non-transferable application fee of HK$250 is charged for each application.

4. Application Procedures
    Applicants should place all the following materials in a sealed envelope and send them to the Department of
    Accountancy (PGDA/MAcc), Lingnan University, Tuen Mun, N.T., Hong Kong:

    (a)    Completed application form
    (b)    Crossed cheque HK$250 for the application fee payable to “Lingnan University”
    (c)    Copies of academic transcripts
    (d)    Copies of graduation certificates
    (e)    Copy of Hong Kong ID card or passport
    (f )   One recent passport size photo with BLUE background colour
    (g)    Paragraph of 100–200 words describing the reasons for choosing this programme

    Any false or misleading information given in the application will lead to disqualification of the application
    and any fees paid will be forfeited. If the application received is incomplete or not in order, the Department
    has the authority to deny the application.

5. Selection
    All applicants for admission to the programme will be considered on the basis of academic and/or professional
    qualifications, work experience, suitability, and potential. Applicants may be required to attend an interview
    conducted by the Programme Co-Directors and/or their associates.

    Consideration of applications is processed on a rolling basis until all places are filled. Early applications are
    strongly encouraged.

Please contact Ms Ceci Lee, Department of Accountancy, Lingnan University, Tuen Mun, N.T.                              7
Tel: 2616-8173, Fax: 2466-4751, E-mail:, Website:
    Course Descriptions for the PGDA
    Course Descriptions for the PGDA
    ACT501 Auditing
    This course examines the theory and practice of financial auditing and selected professional issues in accounting
    and auditing. Coverage includes professional ethics, accountants’ legal liability, the role and responsibilities of
    auditors, basic auditing concepts and techniques, fraud and internal control, statistical sampling in auditing,
    auditing procedures for major accounts and transaction cycles, audit reporting, and other types of attestation and
    assurance services. Case studies and current professional developments will be integrated throughout the course.

    ACT502 Business and Company Law
    This course introduces the characteristics of the Hong Kong legal system and the general principles of contract
    law. It also discusses the characteristics of different types of business organizations including sole proprietorships,
    partnerships and companies. Detailed elaboration will be provided on incorporation procedure, requirements for
    raising funds by share capital and loan financing, legal considerations in operating a company, and winding up
    procedure of a business registered pursuant to the Companies Ordinance (Cap.32).

    ACT503 Cost and Management Accounting
    This course introduces students to the basic concepts, techniques and applications of cost and management
    accounting. Topics include cost concepts, cost behaviour, costing systems, cost determination and allocation,
    standard costing and variance analysis, relevant costs, and budgetary planning and performance evaluation.
    Methods and techniques of cost management in the service sector and in the advanced manufacturing
    environment are discussed. Accounting implications for management planning, control, and decision making will
    be emphasized. Throughout this course, students will be expected to actively participate in class discussions.

    ACT504 Financial Accounting and Reporting
    This course deals with various aspects of financial accounting and reporting. Topics covered include the financial
    reporting environment in Hong Kong, professional accounting standards on assets, liabilities and equity,
    deferred income taxes, accounting for post-retirement benefits, accounting for long-term investments, business
    combinations, consolidation of financial statements, and interpretation of financial statements.

    ACT505 Hong Kong Taxation and Tax Planning
    This course covers the basic law and practice of the Hong Kong taxation system, including salaries tax, property
    tax, profits tax, personal assessment, depreciation allowances, stamp duty, and tax administration. Additionally,
    the course will introduce problem solving with practical
    examples. Local tax cases will be discussed extensively.

    ACT506 Managerial Finance
    This course provides a framework for analyzing the major
    financial decisions made by commercial firms. Issues
    addressed include asset valuation models, investment
    decision making, analysis of risk, financial planning,
    dividend policy, working capital management, sources of
    long-term financing and the cost of capital, financial mix
8   for the firm, financial markets, and foreign exchange risk
    and transactions.
Course Descriptions for the Year 2 Study of MAcc
Course Descriptions for the Year 2 Study of MAcc
(not all elective courses will be offered in a given year)

ACT601 Accounting Theory
This course critically discuss various theories underlying the economics of
financial accounting and reporting and how they impact the regulation process,
the measurement practice, the disclosure practices and decision process.

ACT602 Research Project
This course allows students to bring together knowledge and skills acquired
during their study and apply them to solve a real problem. This course
requires extensive investigation and culminates in a quality report with relevant
findings and sound recommendations.

ACT603 Comparative Financial Reporting and Accounting
This course compares the accounting and financial reporting systems across major developed and developing
countries and analyses the cultural, social and economic factors that underpin those systems. Topics covered
include the rationale for comparative analysis on accounting and financial reporting systems, environmental
influences on accounting and financial reporting, harmonization, and international accounting and financial
reporting issues for multinational enterprises.

ACT604 Accounting Framework in Mainland China
This course provides a solid coverage of the regulatory framework of financial reporting in China, focusing on the
sectors of public ownership, foreign investments and listed companies. The development of auditing standards,
taxation reforms, issues in corporate governance, the impact of China’s WTO accession and CEPA for Hong Kong
will also be addressed. A comparative approach is adopted so that the financial regulatory framework in China is
analyzed and compared with that in Hong Kong as well as with international practices.

ACT605 Contemporary Issues in Management Accounting
This course examines a variety of advanced management accounting concepts, principles, and techniques for
manufacturing and service organizations. It is divided into three parts: (1) Cost analysis and joint product and
by-product costing; (2) current and emerging issues in management accounting; and (3) international issues and
comprehensive case studies. The advanced topics may include quality cost management, performance evaluation,
the balanced scorecard, transfer pricing, strategic cost management and environmental cost management.
International management issues will be discussed in a global context. Comprehensive cases selected for intensive
studies are relevant to the business environment in China and/or Hong Kong.

ACT606 Forensic Accounting and Fraud Examination
The course will include broad coverage of an array of related topics, including the sociology of white-collar crime;
legal, regulatory, professional, and ethical issues; types of fraud; fraud prevention techniques; forensic accounting and
fraud examination techniques; fraud and forensic accounting in a digital environment; and forensic and litigation
advisory services. This course assumes you have a working knowledge of basic accounting principles, auditing
concepts and techniques, transaction processing cycles and internal controls, company law, and computer skills.

ACT607 Financial Statement Interpretation and Analysis
This course focuses on providing a framework for using financial statement data in a variety of business analysis and
valuation contexts. The framework consists of four key components: (1) business environment and strategy analysis, (2)
accounting analysis (evaluation of accounting quality), (3) financial analysis (ratio and cash flow analysis), and (4) prospective
analysis (forecasting and valuation). Primary emphasis will be placed on accounting analysis and financial analysis. Relevant       9
information economics theory, accounting theory, and capital market theory will be incorporated as needed.
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APPLICATION FOR ADMISSION 2009-10                                                                       Assessed by:

Please choose one from the 3 choices below.
[   ] Application for Admission to PGDA Programme (Year 1 of MAcc Programme)
[   ] Application for Admission to 2-year MAcc Programme (Both PGDA and Year 2 of MAcc Programme) #
[   ] Application for Direct Entry to Year 2 of MAcc Programme
       # subject to sufficient enrollment number to year 2 MAcc in September 2010.

(These must be identical with those on your HK ID Card/Passport)

Name:                                                                                     in Chinese:
                   in English (Surname first)

Date of Birth:                                           Sex:                              Place of Birth:

Nationality:                                             HK ID Card No./Passport No.:*                                       (    )


                                                                                                               * H.K./KLN./N.T.

Tel. No.:                                                           Mobile Phone No.:

Fax No.:                                                            E-mail Address:
* Delete whichever is inapplicable

Copies of all academic transcripts (plus, where necessary, an English translation) and certificates must be attached.
     Name of Institution                       Field of Study                          Title of Award             Year of Award


Name of Organization:

Date of Commencement:                                                         Position Held:


I have been working in my current position for                      years               months.

Will your employer pay the fee for the programme?               [     ] Yes        [      ] No
Past Work Experience in Detail (most recent position first)
              Organization                                         Position                              From – To (Month/Year)


E. REFEREES (must be provided)
At least one referee should be competent to comment on your academic potential (it would be advantageous if
referees provide a signed reference letter commenting on your suitability to study the PGDA/MAcc programme).

 Name:                                                                    Name:
                   Title: Mr / Miss / Mrs / Ms / Dr / Prof                                   Title: Mr / Miss / Mrs / Ms / Dr / Prof

 Post:                                                                    Post:

 Name of Institution:                                                     Name of Institution:

 Phone:                                                                   Phone:

 Address:                                                                 Address:

How did you learn about this programme?
[ ] Brochures at outlets            [ ] Newspaper advertisement                                  [    ] Direct mailing to company
[ ] Friends/relatives               [ ] Lingnan University website                               [    ] Other

1.   I hereby declare that the information provided in this application is complete and correct. I agree that Lingnan University may, if
     necessary, verify details of my qualifications. While I am a student of Lingnan University, I undertake to observe all the statutes,
     by-laws, rules and instructions of this University, to pay all fees due, and to comply with regulations.
2.   I understand and agree that the information given in support of this application will be used for assessing my application for admission
     to the University and for all related purposes. In accordance with the Personal Data (Privacy) Ordinance, I have the right to access
     and correct the personal information contained in this application, and request a copy of such data.

Signature of applicant:                                                                Date:

Note: Your application may NOT be processed if the following attachments required are not enclosed:
Check your attachments before sending in your application:
[     ] Application form
[     ] Crossed cheque HK$250 being non-refundable application fee made payable to “Lingnan University”
[     ] Copies of academic transcripts
[     ] Copies of graduation certificates
[     ] Copy of Hong Kong ID card or passport
[     ] One recent passport size photo with BLUE background colour
[     ] Paragraph of 100–200 words document describing the reasons for choosing this programme
[     ] Reference letters

Mail to:
Department of Accountancy (PGDA/MAcc)
Lingnan University
Tuen Mun, N.T., Hong Kong

General enquiries:
Phone: 2616-8173
Fax: 2466-4751
        Department of Accountancy

Free Programme Seminar
Date:    19 March 2009 (Thursday)
         23 April 2009 (Thursday)
         21 May 2009 (Thursday)
         18 June 2009 (Thursday)

Venue:   2/F, Tsim Sha Tsui Centre, 66 Mody Road,
         Tsimshatsui East, Kowloon
                             66            2

Time:    7:00pm – 8:00pm

Please call 2616 8173 to reserve a seat.

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