The signing of the Sino-UK Film Co-Production Treaty heralds the start of a new era in collaborative film production between the UK and China.
Celebrate the Year of the Sheep with a contemporary twist and discover how Chinese culture has inspired artists around the world.
The story of Yeh Shen first appeared in 9th Century China, over 1,000 years before the first European Cinderella story. This timeless tale comes to life with puppetry, live music and all the excitement of the Chinese Spring Festival.
The Poverty Line is a collaboration between Stefen Chow and Hui-Yi Lin, which began in China in 2010 and has since expanded to 24 countries, it uses the universal lens of food to examine the choices you would face if you lived at the poverty line.
On the 19th, 20th and 21st of February three of Sun Xun’s films will be projected onto the side of St. Ann’s Church in Manchester City Centre in celebration of Chinese New Year.
February 19 marks the beginning of the year of the Sheep and, to mark the occasion, BFI Southbank, throughout February and March, presents a programme of Chinese film screenings.
The world première of The Autumn of Han, a classic Chinese play, is touring nationally this spring. This new production, has been formed by British and British East Asian artists specifically to bring East Asian stories to the British Stage.
Chinese calligrapher Chen Guangwu’s delicate ink on rice paper paintings are a complex and, upon first glance, complicated entanglement of traditional forms, calligraphic mastery, and absolutely contemporary sensibility.
This winter, Bristol Museum & Art Gallery visitors will be treated to an enchanting exhibition of contemporary ceramics and glass created by 20 Chinese artists. The free exhibition runs until Sunday 1 March.
Easton Chang is an award-winning automotive photographer with a knack for creating breathtaking imagery. Based in Sydney, Australia, Chang has completed work for names such as Audi, Cadillac, Chrysler, Ford, Jaguar, Mazda, Volkswagen, and Yokohama.