Through collaboration, we will all gain a deeper understanding of each other’s culture, traditions, society and increase knowledge of industry practices.
Oriental Silk is a documentary project created by London based artist Xiaowen Zhu. It features shop owner Kenneth Wong and his unsuspecting fabric store in Los Angeles.
The spirit of open, creative collaboration that BAFTA promotes between the UK and China and commemorates 2015 as the UK-China Year of Cultural Exchange.
Bound Feet Blues explores Yang-May’s experiences of being a Chinese-Malaysian woman in the UK, her unique ‘coming out’ story, cultural reflections of what it means to be a woman, and an exploration of mother-daughter relationships.
Gardens, a passion shared in both China and Britain for centuries, are deeply rooted in both cultures.
RSC announces the details for its programme of international cultural, artistic and educational exchange with China.
Exhibiting artwork is a strange phenomenon. It suggests an end to a work of art. A work of art starts with ideas that continue to transform, never truly finished – thus having no beginning or end.
The makings of the week long art exhibit took over the course of one year, right up to the closing reception (see sand mandala below). Pieces in this show draw on my 2014 summer field research in the Gobi Desert Grottoes along the Silk Route, and in Tibet- which sparked my fascination in the local cultural beliefs and practices.
A young artist from Tianjin, Sun Yi is an important coordinate in the collision between the West and China. Sidelines has been staged as a summary of his artistic creation during his academic career in Britain
After I finished university (where I took, dare I say it, a more traditional approach, and did a law degree at UCL) I took part in a few community projects.
Inspired by her peers, bemused by her own experiences and concerned by the lack of opportunities available to actors like herself, she has created a solo show premiering at the Camden Fringe this August.