Native Chinese speakers have helped researchers shed light onto the cognitive benefits of bilingualism, pointing to an enhanced ability to maintain attention and focus.
Bristol music artist and songstress Makala Cheung has moved the Mini Moon Festival to the O2 following the success of the inaugural celebration held at the Fleece in 2015.
Created in 2009 in Hong Kong, Titus Andronicus 2.0 is a bold and revolutionary attempt to explore the unreleased potentials of Shakespeare’s play.
Composer Samson Young will take visitors and listeners on a journey inspired by the myths and legendary tales of 17th-century Chinese travellers making their way to Europe on foot.
Dr Hon was born in Hong Kong and completed most of his higher education in the UK. After graduating from Kings College London, he went on to Hughes Hall College, at the University of Cambridge where he obtained his PhD in Psychiatry.
Having lived and studied in China up to undergraduate degree level, I left my home city of Shanghai and moved to London.