Join Lord Wei for an evening of cultural conversation at China Exchange’s Above the Clouds, Below the Bamboo Ceiling workshopRead More
National Dim Sum Week is a seven-day celebration of the legendary East Asian food. A chance to discover they’re so much more than just dumplings in bamboo baskets.
Join award-winning author Shih Chiung-Yu at Guanghwa Bookshop for an evening of literary inspo’ and hot debates.
Explore LGBTQ+ issues in China at China Exchange’s inspirational Belonging in Beijing discussion
Gin is so 2016! Come and spend an evening at China Exchange learning about the world’s most consumed spirit and the next drinking trend for London, baijiu.
Say ‘ganbei!’ and raise your glass to China’s most venerated spirit this Baijiu Cocktail Week.
London Bach Society presents 18-30 Bach Club @ China Exchange
Qing Dynasty Shanghai: The Photographs of William Saunders features a selection of 35 to 40 original 19th-century albumen silver prints
Make your mid week melodious with an evening of inspired music by Robert Schumann as performed by Royal Academy of Music artists Cristian Sandrin on piano, Jernej Albreht on clarinet and Bettina Racz playing the viola. Tonight’s pieces include;
Formed in late 2015 at the Royal Academy of Music, Florizel Quartet is made up of violinists Madeleine Pickering (UK) and Ryo Koyama (Japan), violist Lucas Levin (Australia) and cellist Olivia Da Costa (UK).
Enjoy an evening of exquisite music by artists from the Royal Academy of Music. This evening’s artists will be tenor, Stefan Kennedy accompanied on piano by Thormod Rønning Kvam performing;
100 years ago, the British and French armies recruited 140,000 Chinese men to work behind the Western Front during the First World War. They were the Chinese Labour Corps (CLC) who made a vital contribution to help the Allies win, but have since become “the forgotten of the forgotten” in WW1 history