Manchester’s Dragon Boat Festival will take place on the 1st June 2014. The Dragon Boat Race is a fun and a highly effective way to encourage team building. It is an opportunity to share Chinese culture in the UK and to commemorate the important historical Duan Wu Festival
Chinese Visual Festival (CVF) announces its 2014 edition, which runs from May 7th – 18th at King’s College London, with events also being held at Riverside Studios in collaboration with DocHouse.
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Kyle Balmer is the entrepreneur behind the Hanzi Wallchart. It is a simple and effective tool for mastering the high-frequency characters in the Chinese language. Originally from London, Kyle moved to China to accelerate his study of Chinese culture, whilst following the idea of an automated “muse” business espoused by Tim Ferriss, that one can run a business regardless of location as long as there is an internet connection and a laptop.
A pioneering UK celebration of the 10th anniversary of the China Independent Film Festival will take place 12 — 15 May 2014 in Newcastle, then touring to Nottingham (16-18) and London (16-17). Organised by the China Independent Film Festival and the University of Newcastle in partnership with the University of Nottingham and the China Visual Festival.
This pioneering project set up by local business people, houses a number of food outlets, a supermarket, a Chinese bakery, a bubble tea and Chinese dessert cafe, a sushi bar and a karaoke venue for up to 200 people.
The United Kingdom is one of the top three choices of migration destinations in the world. As of 2012, there were 6.5 million immigrants of (all nationalities) residing in the UK. Of those, nearly 400,000 are of Chinese descent with more than 100,000 residing in London alone.
The concept of ‘yeet hay’ (huo qi da) is well known in Chinese culture. It’s often difficult to explain this ailment to friends of different cultures. Solicitor William Li gives us a better understanding of what ‘yeet hay’ means in this insightful article.
I would like to wish you a warm and lovely Lunar New Year Season. It has been a great learning experience and pleasure for the Nee Hao Team to report on issues of importance and interest that affect the East Asian Community both in the UK and overseas. It has also been a delight receiving your feedback and encouragement over the years. As Nee Hao enters the Year of the Horse, we aim to do more to support the Chinese and East Asian communities in Britain.