Category Archives: Children

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Making China Heard: the highlights

By  Customer Service

Last week we were thrilled to welcome Nicky Harman and Helen Wang to Guanghwa Bookshop for Making China Heard, a panel discussion on the translation of contemporary Chinese fiction. If you weren’t able to attend in person, don’t worry – we’ve summarised the best insights from the night right here. Continue reading

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Apr 17
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An interview with James Trapp, Primary Network Coordinator for the UCL IoE Confucius Institute

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James Trapp was 14 when he sighted a small bronze figure of a seated leopard that was excavated in Hebei province from the tomb of a second-century BC princess.

It was this visit to the Royal Academy Chinese art exhibition that had him hooked on all things Chinese, especially Chinese art. For James, it proved a gateway to what we know as a fascinating culture and civilisation.

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Oct 16