Work hard and get a good education: this is the mantra many Chinese parents followed when they were younger and want their children to adhere to as well.
This is part of an on-going series of interviews by Yinsey Wang with East Asian voices around the globe. The series aims to introduce perspectives from different walks of life.
Shakespeare’s Globe welcome back two Chinese companies from the hugely successful Globe to Globe festival of international Shakespeare this summer.
Lancashire Police has teamed up with Chinese Groups in Preston and Blackpool to launch the Chinese community help and information phone service. This new concept which has been running for more than a month has been developed to increase engagement and raise trust and confidence between the police and members of the Chinese community.
Dr Alex Tan introduces us to Dr Mabel Lie, author of : Towards Equal Voices: Childcare in Multicultural Britain nearly ten years on.
Scottish-Chinese Producer Sophia Shek, brings her first English feature film “It’s Already Tomorrow in Hong Kong” back to her home country.
Community group profile feature – In the upcoming months Nee Hao will be featuring charitable organisations across the UK that cater for the Chinese and East Asian community.
The Festival celebrates its landmark year with an extensive programme of racing, entertainment and a vast array of street food, providing an excellent opportunity to enjoy Chinese culture in London.
My dad was diagnosed with lung cancer in 2002. It was Stage 4 and he was given 6 months to live. I was 20. My youngest sister was 8. It rocked our world.
From a personal perspective, it’s hard to come out as gay when you have Chinese parents, especially compared to white people. Many of my friends have shared happy and positive coming out stories that seemed effortless.