Nee Hao Magazine’s exclusive interview with world famous composer, producer and instrumentalist, Yanni. He is performing his first UK show in 19 years on Wednesday 23rd April 2014 at the Royal Albert Hall – as a part of his World Tour, “World Without Borders”.
(London) Chinese Information and Advice Centre’s Annual Charity Dinner will take place on 8th March 2014, at the Imperial China Restaurant in Chinatown. The theme of this year’s event will be ‘Compassionate and Caring’.
Nee Hao Magazine and Chinese Community Gateway have something just a little bit special planned for a fitting finale to the Chinese New Year season. We are ending the festivities with a special party on the HMS President, moored at Victoria Embankment, London.
Nee Hao Magazine brings you a super Chinese New Year Party at Bristol’s home of music, The Colston Hall. Legendary bands such as The Beatles, The Rolling Stones, Elton John and a host of top stars have performed at this iconic venue.
All around the city, a host of tasty ethnic restaurants have sprung up, offering delicious cuisines from lands both near and far. Here, we introduce Dublin’s Chinese New Year Festival.
As part of this campaign and to implement solutions, Nee Hao Magazine have teamed up with OISE, an organisation which specialises in intensive courses for English language, personal development and industry related specialists skills.
Europe’s largest Chinese-language film festival is now in its fifth successful year. This year’s Festival will showcase an even larger number of films as well as boasting an exciting VIP lineup. Over twenty exciting films will be shown during the festival, including “So Young”, “Finding Mr. Right” and “Silent Witness”, bringing the cream of contemporary Chinese cinema to a world-wide audience.
The London Korean Film Festival (LKFF) 7th-22nd November, presented by the Korean Cultural Centre UK returns with a diverse line up, giving audiences across the capital and the UK an opportunity to celebrate the very best of contemporary Korean Cinema from this year with UK and European premieres of box office hits
This carnival like event starts off with a mini concert from performers, dancers and the best singers of the university student societies. Performers include UoB’s Alice Tang, James Zhang, Charles Dong, Cara Zhang, Aimee Lin and the University of Bristol Break Dance Society, followed by star singer Tita Lau.
The UK’s clubbing scene for Chinese and East Asian students and locals has started. Here we feature some of the best events around the country in date order. Click on each image to go to the Facebook event page for more details.