British Library staff at the Boston Spa site enjoyed an afternoon of Chinese culture training delivered by Business Confucius Institute staff, as part of the British Library’s China project.
This competition is a fantastic opportunity for school students to practise and improve their Mandarin Chinese language skills.
Our first volunteer reunion took place in China on 18 August 2017. 11 University of Leeds alumni and ex Business Confucius Institute volunteers gathered in Beijing with Operations Manager Ellen Wang.
The annual ‘China Day’ for year 7 students at Harrogate Grammar School marks the end of another successful year of Mandarin education at our Confucius Classroom.
Following the recent conclusion of the From Shore to Shore UK tour, sponsored by The Business Confucius Institute, we reflect upon the project and celebrate its success.
The 14th Annual Chinese Teaching Conference, hosted by the University College London Institute of Education’s Confucius Institute for Schools, was held on 23rd and 24th June in London.
Two first-year students on the Leeds College of Art Fashion Degree Programme have won a trip to China with their innovative designs that combine elements of Chinese and Western culture.
‘From Shore to Shore’, a project supported by the Business Confucius Institute at the University of Leeds, has just embarked on a national tour with a play based on interviews with Chinese migrants in the UK.
Two candidates from the University of Leeds will go to China this summer to represent the UK in the final stages of the international ‘Chinese Bridge’ competition.
Find out what happened at the British final of the 16th ‘Chinese Bridge’ Chinese Proficiency Competition for Foreign College Students, held in London.