We, the UK Chinese community, would like to refute the claim that there is nothing bad about calling a person of Chinese ethnicity a “chink” – this is at best nonsense, and at worst racist.
Join two award-winning classical musicians on 25 November 2014, for a world class performance at St. Lawrence Jewry, in aid of the Chinese Welfare Trust.
The deadline has passed and the votes are in! Nee Hao’s karaoke competition, which we ran over the summer, was a great success and we received a number of brilliant entries from within the British Chinese and East Asian community.
The BP exhibition at the British Museum explores the years 1400 – 1450, a pivotal 50 year period that transformed China during the rule of the Ming dynasty. The exhibition includes rare loans of some of the finest objects ever made in China.
We’re annoyed by the lack of decent scripts for actors, and their token portrayals of East Asian characters. So we’ll write our own to reflect who we really are.
A dedicated volunteer from Manchester who runs a weekend Chinese school helping thousands of young people stay connected with their culture is the winner of a new award, Prime Minister David Cameron has announced.
When it comes to British politics, the Chinese population that live in the UK seem to prefer to distance themselves from it. How do we encourage more British Chinese to vote?
The KT Wong Foundation, in association with the BFI and China Film Archive (CFA), will screen a remastered version of classic Chinese silent film The Goddess this autumn at the Queen Elizabeth Hall, South Bank.
Aowen Jin’s latest exhibition, called Intangible, turns part of the Strand campus at Kings College into an interactive artwork. It challenges you to discover and explore paintings that are completely invisible to the naked eye.
The SUSTAIN commission is part of Shaftesbury PLC’s ongoing commitment to support Chinese & East Asian culture.