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Unique voices and emerging talent: China and the World

By  Customer Service

As readers outside China become increasingly curious about what’s happening on the Chinese literature scene, a growing number of literary magazines focused on promoting Chinese voices are becoming known in and outside China.

Dandu and Pathlight are two of these publications that are working hard to promote new and emerging writers. Last weekend, Guanghwa Bookshop welcomed Dandu’s Chief Editor WU Qi (吴琦), and David Haysom, Pathlight’s Managing Editor, for an enlightening panel discussion that touched upon creativity and uniqueness in a globalised world. This is what we learned. Continue reading

Jun 17

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

Apr 17

Mandarin for Primary Schools – Teacher Development Event

By  Gigi Chan

mandarin-for-primary-posterWe are delighted to invite teachers to the Mandarin for Primary Schools event, which will take place on Saturday 1st Oct 2016 at SOAS , University of London.

This one-day event will focus on teaching mandarin in primary schools, including the following four sessions:

  • Starting Young: The Challenges of Teaching K1 and K2,
    Lik Suen, Deputy Director, London Confucius Institute SOAS
  • How to Use Chinese Teaching Materials and Resources for KS1-2 Students
    Hui Ju, Senior Editor & Chief Trainer, Higher Education Press
  • Introduction to Programme of Study (Video Presentation)
    James Trapp, Primary Network Coordinator, IOE
  • Teaching Chinese in Primary Schools
    Sharing and discussion, chaired by Lik Suen

Continue reading

Sep 16