Lost in Translation

A restaurant in Hong Kong got their menu translated into English. The Chinese writing are all genuine and popular dishes. However the translator did a literal job and the results are hilarious. The middle section provides the most interesting dishes if you are reading the English. Of course the dishes written in Chinese makes perfect […]

Leon Chua Solicitor Answers Your Questions

Nee Hao Magazine kicks start a new feature which is about legal queries specific to the British Chinese and East Asian culture. We have asked Solicitor Leon Chua from Maxwell Alves Solicitors of London, to answer selected questions submitted by our readers.  Do you have a legal question or dilemma? If you do, then send your […]

Orientouch Ent Presents Eason Chan

Orientouch Entertainment once again brings Eason Chan to perform at London’s 02 in the district of Greenwich on the 23rd April 2012. This is part of the world tour called Duo, where Hong Kong superstar Chan, will perform in countries such as the US, Australia, China and Canada.  For more details on tickets and the […]

Fortune Cookies

Fortune Cookies, a heart-warming, cross-cultural family comedy, will be shot in the East Midlands and London in 2012. It will be accompanied by an educational scheme where young people will have a real impact on the production of a commercial movie whilst also aiming to increase their engagement with themes of Learning, Literacy and Livelihoods. […]

Millionaire Web Entrepreneur Eddie Yu

British born Chinese Eddie Yu is the author of ‘Speedlights and Elephants’, a book about winning the online business game. Since graduating from Leeds University in 1997, Eddie, 37, has been involved in various entrepreneurial activities throughout his career, and eventually having built up a part time internet business between 2001-2003, he went full time in […]

DJ Lazyellow

Lazyellow aka Kevin P’ng is one of the UK’s premier British Chinese DJs. He has had an incredible 2011 playing at gigs all over Britain. After the summer break and with the party season starting up again, Nee Hao magazine talks to the man behind the decks to find out the latest in the Brit-Chinese […]

Plastic Bottles Becomes Free Light Source

This is a simple but genius invention where plastic bottles filled with filtered water are placed on a carefully cut hole in the roof of a building, creating a free energy light source equivalent to a 50 watt lightbulb. As the plastic bottles are cheap to acquire, it’s a brilliant 3rd world solution to a 3rd […]

Happy Mid-Autumn Moon Festival!

Nee Hao Magazine wishes all our readers and supporters a Happy Mid-Autumn Moon Festival. 中秋节快乐 The Mid-Autumn Festival is a Chinese celebration second to only the Chinese New Year. The date of this festival is based on the Chinese lunar calendar and is on the 15th day of the 8th month (Monday 12th September 2011) […]