Posts tagged with ‘China’

UNNC reputation campaign launch

On Monday 9 April we launched our first ever reputation campaign in China, to increase awareness […]

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A lost generation revisited — 70 Years after the Chinese Civil War

The Taiwan Studies Programme is delighted to announce a public lecture by Dr Lung Yintai – celebrated writer and a former Minister of Culture of Taiwan.

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Taiwan Studies Programme Lecture — Taiwan, China, and the Future of US Policy in Asia

Douglas H. Paal, Vice President for Studies, Asia Program Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, presents “Taiwan, China, and the Future of US Policy in Asia.”

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UNNC director listed in the top 101 experts

A member of staff at The University of Nottingham Ningbo has been recognised internationally as a […]

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Trent Building transforms for Chinese New Year celebrations

Nottingham Lakeside Arts will host Jixiang (Propitious), a world premiere of a specially-commissioned digital projection in […]

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From student to staff at UNNC – Q&A with Dougal Macbeth

Dougal Macbeth is a member of staff in the Centre for English Language Education (CELE) at […]

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Fancy learning Mandarin?

Various levels of Mandarin evening courses will continue to be offered by The Nottingham Confucius Institute […]

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The Future of UK-China Relations post-Brexit

On Thursday 24 November, as part of a new seminar series organised in conjunction with the Foreign and Commonwealth Office, the China Policy Institute will host a round table event on the future direction of UK-China relations following the Brexit decision.

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Emergency cultures: approaches to the study of late colonialism and the Cold War in Malaya, Singapore and Hong Kong

Join the School of Contemporary Chinese Studies for the one day workshop, ‘Emergency cultures: new approaches to the study of late colonialism and the Cold War in Malaya, Singapore and Hong Kong’. Facilitated by Dr Jeremy E Taylor, The University of Nottingham and Dr Xu Lanjun, National University of Singapore.

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