Hong Kong Arts Festival will present the European premiere of an exhilarating new chamber opera by Chan Hing-yan at Richmond Theatre on Thu 27 & Fri 28, July 2017. A century of Chinese history distilled into three acts, Datong – The Chinese Utopia tells the incredible story of utopian philosopher and constitutional reformer, Kang Youwei, through the […]
In the UK, Chinese Shan Shui (or landscape) paintings are collected by a few very important museums, such as the British Museum, V&A and Ashmolean Museum.
Zhang Huafeng, who is also dedicated to researching the history and theory of calligraphy of Chinese art, and is Deputy Editor of Chinese National Painting and Calligraphy will also provide a painting performance.
Madeleine Thien will be discussing her work, her influences and her journey from a relatively unknown author in the UK.
Defending Men’s Singles champion Chen Long has fallen short of automatic qualification for the TOTAL BWF World Championships 2017, so his fate lies in the hands of the Chinese Badminton Association and whether they will allow him to take another’s place in order to play for a hat-trick.
An orchestra of Guildhall musicians join forces with singers from Shanghai Opera House for the performances on 26 & 27 May in Silk Street Theatre, conducted by Zhang Chengjie and directed by Chen Xinyi.