Chinese Visual Festival (CVF) announces its 2014 edition, which runs from May 7th – 18th at King’s College London, with events also being held at Riverside Studios in collaboration with DocHouse.
A pioneering UK celebration of the 10th anniversary of the China Independent Film Festival will take place 12 — 15 May 2014 in Newcastle, then touring to Nottingham (16-18) and London (16-17). Organised by the China Independent Film Festival and the University of Newcastle in partnership with the University of Nottingham and the China Visual Festival.
Zhuang Hong Yi draws influence from both his upbringing and education in China, as well as from his experience living in the Netherlands, where he is now settled with his wife. After completing his studies at the Sichuan Fine Art Institute, Zhuang felt himself strongly attracted by the western world.
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.
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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.