Liverpool’s World Museum Terracotta Warriors exhibition opens

Liverpool’s long-awaited Terracotta Warriors exhibition will open today (Friday 9 February), welcomed by a city in celebration mode, poised to mark Chinese New Year like never before. Proud home to the oldest Chinese community in Europe, China’s First Emperor and the Terracotta Warriors exhibition is being welcomed just in time for the Year of the […]

Liverpool’s See Yep wins award from Consulate General of the People’s Republic of China

By Lynne Murphy – Liverpool Correspondent  Liverpool’s award winning See Yep Association who in 2016 (their 110th anniversary year) won the Queens Award For Voluntary Service (the group equivalent of an MBE) have received further recognition from the Consulate General of the People’s Republic of China at a community event held in Manchester on the […]

First world war’s Chinese labour corps remembered by British young people

British young people learn and practice the ancient customs of Qingming to honour the fallen heroes of First World War’s Chinese Labour Corps.  The Unremembered: World War One’s Army of Workers, is a year-long project funded by the British government to honour the courage and sacrifice of labourers from China, South Africa, UK and many […]

Liverpool’s New Chinatown positioned for investment this Chinese New Year

Jean Liggett, CEO of property investment consultancy Properties of the World, believes that the 850 homes of New Chinatown will attract keen interest from investors in China. She comments, “The impending Chinese New Year and Golden Week are a key time for Chinese property investors. With a whole week off for Golden Week, it’s an ideal time for […]