On a rainy Saturday at the Southbank as part of the China Changing festival we were taken on a culinaryRead more
Saturday 6 October was a memorable day to the participants of RethINKING Tradition project. This passionate group formed by membersRead more
On Wednesday 12th September, we welcomed Hi Ching Lin to China Exchange for an evening of historical exploitation as partRead more
Ever wondered how the other half lives? Sir Nicholas Bacon gave us a raw and honest look at the lifeRead more
How do you choose 20 highly influential characters from a 2,000-year history? That’s the daunting and empowering job that Professor Rana Mitter undertookRead more
What do you get when you put two music masters that have never met in a room
with a sold-out audience of curious minds? An evening full of insight, inspiration and
pure music magic!
Over the summer, China Exchange has run Made in Chinatown, a pilot project working with community groups to create unique souvenirs for London’s Chinatown. All items will be sold to raise money for the groups involved, including Chinese National Healthy Living Centre, Newham Chinese Association and the London Chinese Community Centre.
Through six workshops, participants have learned embroidery, applique, painting and printing techniques and produced a small collection of items that will be sold during markets in the autumn. Some people taking part in the project have a variety of different needs including dementia, mobility issues and learning difficulties.Read more
The evening spent with Lord Ashdown was inspiring and filled with humorous anecdotes. He discussed his experiences of learning multipleRead more
How did Chinese wallpaper influence the history of British interiors? National Trust expert Emile de Bruijn explored this topic inRead more
China Exchange held its second film screening on 2 May following A Simple Life with Roger Lee in March. WithRead more