British Born Chinese University Students still choose traditional subjects over creative ones

A recent study by the University of Westminster has found that British Born Chinese (“BBC”) students tend to choose ‘traditional subjects’ such as Business or Computer Science over more ‘creative’ subjects such as Dance or Public Relations.   Data provided by the Higher Education Statistics Agency (“HESA”) shows that in 2011, the top 10 undergraduate […]

Cooking tips for Students by Wok The Fok

Now that the students are settling back into their digs, Nee Hao Magazine will be giving some hints and tips with a series of articles on how to make the most of student life for the 100,000 Chinese students studying at universities across the UK.  We have consulted a number of top academics and university […]

University of Bristol V Show 25/2/11

The V Show is a grand annual variety show organised by university students from the more reputable Hong Kong Societies in the UK. The show comprises of artistic performances from talented students. Bristol University is one of the larger Hong Kong societies and this year their V Show will be on the 25th February 2011 […]

Karho of Nottinham Trent Uni

With the spring semester starting in universities across the UK soon, the 100,000 Chinese students studying in the UK can be feeling all excited again. Nee Hao Magazine  brings you some insights to University life. Karho Cheung is the president of Nottingham Trent University Chinese Society, he talks to Nee Hao. What’s Nottingham like? Nottingham […]