NEE HAO is an arts, culture and life magazine which appeals to anyone interested in British Chinese culture. Conceived in 2005 by a team of volunteers in a bedroom , the goal is to create a project where information regarding British Chinese culture can be expressed in a fun, artistic and informative way with news, stories and events from both United Kingdom and China. This is achieved via local and global real life and web community contributions. It’s a resource that promotes a deeper understanding of British and Chinese culture in a relevant way serving as a platform and mouthpiece for the community to get opinions or issues heard, for meeting people and networking purposes. NEE HAO MAGAZINE: PROMOTING CHINA TO UK, AND UK TO CHINA Nee Hao Media is an independent organisation only answerable to its audience, and board of advisors. What does Nee Hao mean? Nee Hao literally means, “You Good’ in English, and is equivalent to saying ‘Hello’. The Pinyin spelling is Ni Hao. Nee Hao magazine is spelt slightly differently (but phonetically sounding the same) because we want our readers to differentiate between the official Pinyin phrase and our brand which is a company for people who…
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The London East Asia Film Festival (LEAFF) will run for 11 days from 20th to 30th October.
Asia House will be hosting a talk with British Chinese actor David Yip, best known for his leading role in the British TV series The Chinese Detective (1981-1982).