Nee Hao Magazine is under construction

Dear our beloved readers, the Nee Hao team would like to thank you for your patience while we are trying to upgrade our systems and add brand new features to the site. Watch this space for big interviews, nice music, a new food section and a new events section. In the meantime feel free to […]

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 […]

Mimi Pie on missing home

How does it feel being a foreigner and away from home? How does it feel being all alone in a country where you don’t have anyone to go home to or fall back on? It’s cold in the UK, don’t you miss the sunshine at home? Wow, you must be so brave because I would never been […]

The city of Shanghai

The Shanghai Expo had an estimated  70 million visitors with over 200 countries taking part and ran from 1st May to 31st October 2010. Nearly 40 billion pounds had been spent on this world trade exhibition, that’s more than the Olympics of 2008.  The UK was one of the first to sign up to the […]

Manchester Yellows wins UKASA Cup

The  UK Asian Sports Association put on a  good show on May 1st 2010 in Nottingham, and it lived up to its billing of being one of the largest sporting events for Chinese people in the UK. Nee Hao Magazine brings you the photos and results from the football competition which was won by Manchester Yellows […]

Albert Wong, Japanese Cars, Milton Keynes

Nee Hao Magazine has had hundreds of e-mails asking why we don’t have a car section. After doing some head scratching we tracked down Japanese car specialist and businessman Albert Wong to help us with ‘kicking off’ the car section. He gives us an insight into his background, job and his love of cars. Albert […]

RnB Singer: Beilei, Shanghai

Singing in Chinese, French and English, Beilei represents an emerging generation of recording artists whose music maps a new geography. Born in Wenzhou, China and raised in Paris, France, her artistry is a passport that transports her worldwide. Watch her music video currently doing the rounds in China, soon to be coming to Europe, the […]

Director Sarah Zhang Shanghai

The Film making industry in China has been colourful and turbulent and Shanghai is a very important place as it’s where it all began. Motion Pictures first came to Shanghai in 1896 to kick start the industry. Shanghai film makers were trained up by their American counterparts. In recent times, films such as Crouching Tiger, […]

Miz Zee Shanghai Model

Being the daughter of a professor of mathematics and also very academic herself Miz Zee has brains as well as style. She models for fun. Zee is from the Hunan province and now lives, works and parties in Shanghai. She talks to Nee Hao. Where do you get your inspiration from? In my youth, I […]