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University of Leeds alumnus Andrew Seaton, Chief Executive of the China-Britain Business Council, will talk about his work and provide a perspective on UK-China business.
Ning Yi, a retired lecturer from the Department of East Asian Studies, and Esther Tyldesley, who holds an MA in Applied Translation (Chinese) from the University of Leeds, gave an online talk on Thursday 14 October about the new Chinese textbook 'Social Perspective'.
Business Confucius Institute spent the day at Roundhay School on Friday 24 September, introducing Year 7 students to Chinese language and culture as part of the school's Languages Project Day.
Zuzanna Anna Suchcicka, a third year Chinese and International Business student at the University of Leeds, has won the ‘Grand Prize’ in the UK finals of the 20th annual Chinese Bridge Competition.
Gary Izunwa, founder of the Climbing the Rungs social mobility podcast and Outward Mobility Manager for the British Council, joined...
Jake Gill (高健), CEO of the character learning app Skritter, is a long-time learner of Chinese and also has experience...
We spoke to a student, a member of professional staff and an academic to get their different perspectives on the...
Andrew Methven, CEO of the British advisory firm Hampton Group, first picked up Chinese when backpacking around China. After a...
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