2nd July 2015

The Play’s the Thing

Actors from the Chinese mainland and Hong Kong are returning this summer to London’s south Bank to stage Richard III and Macbeth in Mandarin and Cantonese. In the inaugural Year […]
2nd July 2015

The Third Pole

Unlike earlier Chinese films about Tibet that were strongly coloured by propaganda, Roof of the World is viewed as a pioneering documentary that presents the region through the eyes of […]
2nd July 2015

Private Power

Despite unabated political tension, cultural exchanges between China and Japan have increased in recent months. These ties are expected to help ease diplomatic strain A 3,000-member Japanese delegation of tourism […]
26th May 2015

Happy Music

One of China’s most successful composers has big plans for the future. Meet Xiao Ke, a soft-spoken man who hopes to bring his own musicals to London’s West End. “The […]