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Cultural News

Cultural News
24 Hours in Bristol returns

17 Jul, 2017

The 2017 competition will take place between 1200 Saturday 30th September to 1200 Sunday 1st October. Full story >

Sojourn in Guangzhou

24 May, 2017

By Tim Kindberg Full story >

Harvey Nichols Bristol Summer Shopping Party

11 May, 2017

Here is a great offer for all connected with Bristol & West of England China Bureau Harvey Nichols Bristol Full story >


16 Mar, 2017

Shortlisted for the 2016 Man Booker Prize, Thien’s Do Not Say We Have Nothing is an epic tale of revolutionary China, which moves between Beijing and Canada and centres on a group of prodigiously talented classical musicians. Including live performances from Bach’s Goldberg Variations, which features prominently in the novel, by pianist Richard Uttley. Full story >


10 Feb, 2017

A spectacular firework display, Lion Dancers and a sumptuous banquet at Dynasty Restaurant, Bristol, heralded the Year of the Rooster in style. Full story >

Visitors sign up for fantastic Chinese New Year

06 Feb, 2017

The chance to spell out your name in Chinese characters proved irresistible for thousands of visitors to Bristol Museum this weekend. Full story >

Bristol builds connections on Chinese social media

15 Dec, 2016

Bristol and Bath must ensure they are ‘China Friendly’ in order to attract their fair share of fast increasing UK visitor numbers. Full story >

Bristol features on Chinese kids TV

16 Nov, 2016

View the final part of the Guangzhou Kids TV programme visit to Bristol. Full story >

CoStar: Chinese students embark on £1bn UK property debt drive

04 Nov, 2016

Gaw Capital Partners and InvestUK have signed an agreement to launch a UK bond which will allow Chinese students to pump £1bn of foreign direct investment into the country, at least half of which will be invested in high-yield real estate-backed debt, with the balance held in UK Government bonds. Full story >

Jing Daily: Study: Chinese Millennials Spend Big on Shopping Because They Live with Their Parents

01 Nov, 2016

Chinese millennials who are stuck in their parents’ homes because they can’t afford to move may actually be good news for retailers, says a new report, which finds that the money that’s not going to their housing is being spent on shopping and entertainment. Full story >