Chengdu is hosting a huge amount of exhibitions, so here’s a handy summary of where, when and what to help you make the most of all these events.November 16-30: Chengdu Polish Photography WeekPolish Photography Week, hosted by Rafal Michalak, will
The days may be getting shorter, but there’s no shortage of things to fill the days. A plethora of art, music, food, business and family events are taking place this week in the city:Chengdu Hash House Harrier’s AnnualRed Dress Charity
The Sichuan Science Museum will be holding its pre-opening as of November 1st. Visitors have to book tickets online via the Museums official website to secure a place.http://www.scstm.com (please be advised the website is only in Chinese)The revamp which cost 120
European Union Film Festival The European Union Film Festival is organized by the Delegation of the European Union to China as a diplomatic initiative for cultural exchange. Each year, it serves to bring films representing the 28 member states of the
Jiuzhaigou is one of those places in China that over a billion people aspire to visit at least once in their life time. Although this provides obvious economic benefits to rural communities in Northern Suchaun, it can be very much
In May 2015, both India and Poland officially announced that they would both be establishing Consulates in Chengdu to enhance international trade, culture and ideas.So far, 13 countries haved opened consulates in Chengdu.
Dieter Vanonckelen is a Belgian who has lived in Chengdu for approximately six years. Currently he runs both a bar and restaurant in the city, and is highly involved in Chengdu’s vibrant community through his other roles. He is the co-founder and highly involved with the
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