Taking place from 23 to 25 October 2015 at Odeon Leicester Square, this initial pre-launch edition of the new London East Asia Film Festival (LEAFF) will offer a small, selective showcase of major titles.
Chinese Welfare Trust is committed to supporting and empowering the poor and vulnerable Chinese living in the United Kingdom. The organisation helps to meet the needs of the elderly who find themselves marginalised and isolated in the community.
She’s performed in Amsterdam, Hamburg, Venice, Barcelona, and on Wednesday 16 September Di Xiao will be playing at China Exchange.
Traditional Chinese architectural spaces usually emphasise hierarchies in family and social life. In contrast, gardens are places for privacy and leisure and with this they create a world of drama, love and secrecy.
Founded in 2008, Dolce Voce “sweet voice” (in Italian) has emerged as an exciting new choral group from Macau, China, dedicated to promote the art of choral singing.
Made in China’ is an exciting collaborative exhibition between The Fan Museum and Hong Kong-based collector and philanthropist, Edwin Mok.
The schedule of events at the China Exchange, London for the month of July 2015
I find it my calling to bring the “performer” – often seen as a “star” on stage, distant from the audience – closer to the every day life of the next generation.
Shakespeare’s Globe welcome back two Chinese companies from the hugely successful Globe to Globe festival of international Shakespeare this summer.
Born to an artistic family in Beijing, Cheng Yu grew up in the Gobi desert in Gansu, Northwest China where her family had been exiled during the Cultural Revolution