The BCI has been Highly Commended in the ‘Global Category’ at the 2020 Leeds Partnership Awards.
Giles Blackburne, Executive Director, and Professor Zhang Xiaofeng, Chinese Director, attended the award evening held on 9 May 2022 to celebrate those who have enriched the Leeds community by embodying the values of the Leeds Partnership this academic year.
Wishing everyone a healthy, peaceful, and prosperous Chinese New Year as we ring in the Year of the Tiger! Curious as to what the Chinese New Year celebration is all about? Our Head Teacher Maggie presented BCI students with a delightful guide to the Spring Festival, introducing all the basics, including traditions, customs, cuisine, and…
On 8 December 2021 attendees from Leeds and further afield gathered online to hear University of Leeds alumnus Martin Pollard gave an online talk about his experiences working as a video journalist in China.
Leeds Chinese Bridge candidate Rebecca Mingotti Landriani tells us about her Mandarin learning background and goals for the competition.
On Thursday 30 January students and Leeds residents gathered at Leeds Town Hall to celebrate the arrival of the Year of the Rat with a spectacular variety show organised by the CSSA and supported by the BCI.
MA students from the School of Fine Art, History of Art and Cultural Studies invited visitors to ‘Step Into China’ at the Business Confucius Institute offices on Wednesday 11 and Thursday 12 December.
Poets, scholars, students and poetry enthusiasts from China and the UK gathered at the University of Leeds on 18 and 19 September for ‘Poetry, A Conversation: China and the UK’.
The Business Confucius Institute ran tai chi and calligraphy workshops as part of the University of Leeds staff Health and Wellbeing Week.
A group of 30 people, including 22 University of Leeds students, took part in an action-packed China Camp hosted by our partner university in Beijing.