It is estimated that by 2025 China will have invested £105 billion + in British infrastructure, energy, transport but primarily in property.
This study day explores the impact of Buddhist paintings from the Dunhuang caves and of Daoist mythology on Modern Chinese artists.
“Today, to be a Chinese contemporary artist, one does not need to be a spokesperson for any political ideology. The unprecedented diversity is the nature of YCAs.”
Event: Wednesday 4 May 2016 at the Imperial War Museum London 9.15 Anne Witchard (University of Westminster) Coffee and Introduction Anne Witchard is Senior Lecturer in the Dept. of English, Linguistics and Cultural Studies at the University of Westminster. She recently published England’s Yellow Peril: Sinophobia and the Great War (Penguin 2015) 9.45 Paul J Bailey […]
Chinese entertainment will accompany drinks and canapés, whilst attendees will also have the chance to test the aircraft’s business class seating. Interviews and Q&As with airline and airport spokespeople will also be available at each location.