The London Chinese Community Centre’s 5th Annual Chinese Community Challenge Cup is only a few days away, held in the shadows of the home of English football at Wembley Powerleague.
Every month there will be a panel debate focussing on topics relating to the Chinese Community. The first Talk event ‘Securing top jobs and executing effectively to get promoted’ is on Monday 21 July at the Chinese Community Centre in London Chinatown.
Writer Thanh Dang has recently embarked on a journey to China to find her roots and to document the experience from a British Chinese perspective.
Contestants 5 to 8 – Nee Hao Video Karaoke Competition
Enter Nee Hao Magazine’s Video Karaoke Competition by submitting a video of yourself singing. The competition’s goal is to encourage more people from the Chinese community in the UK to get involved in music and to give a platform for singers to showcase their talents.
As a bilingual person myself, fully competent in my mother tongue Chinese and English as a foreign language, I am curious. Given the choice of reading in English and your own language, whatever that may be, which would you pick?
The 2014 London Hong Kong Dragon Boat Festival will be held on Sunday June 29 at the London Regatta Centre. The annual event has grown to become a significant date in London’s cultural summer calendar, attracting visitors from across the UK and overseas.
Anyone watching this years Britain’s Got Talent TV show will not have failed to notice the emergence of a new dancing sensation, 17-year-old Kieran Lai.
Drawing from the rich selection of photographic prints preserved in the Open Eye Gallery Archive, the show looks at the physical and architectural transformations of Liverpool’s Chinatown.
From 1 June till 7 October 2014, the BFI will present the largest and most comprehensive exploration of Chinese cinema from Mainland China, Hong Kong and Taiwan ever to be undertaken in the UK. A Century of Chinese Cinema.