Events

For details of the Symposia we have held so far, please see our Symposia page

This residential weekend at Weetwood Hall in Leeds will be an opportunity for members of our Writing Chinese Book Review Network to meet a featured author and translator and discuss their work. Over the course of the two days there will be informal sessions devoted to discussion of featured books, as well as to different aspects…

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Public talk @11am – 1pm, Centenary Gallery, Parkinson Court, University of Leeds For our morning event, which was open to the general public (no registration required), author Yan Ge and her translator Nicky Harman discussed their work together. Yan Ge’s novella White Horse, translated by Nicky, was released in October by Hope Road Publishing. And for…
All welcome — discussions in English! Blackwells are also stocking a special selection of contemporary Chinese fiction throughout this year, to accompany our programme. If you can’t make it to Leeds for this, of course, do join us online via the Book Club and discussion forum links (email us to register).
We were delighted to be joined by author Chen Xiwo, translator Nicky Harman, and Make-Do Publishing’s Harvey Thomlinson for the official launch of ‘Writing Chinese’. Chen read from his new collection The Book of Sins (冒犯书), which was followed by a talk and discussion by Chen, Nicky and Harvey with lots of audience participation. Chen’s visit was been…
Following the reading and Q&A with author Chen Xiwo, our project was officially launched with (short but perfectly formed) speeches from Dr Matthew Treherne, Head of School of Languages, Cultures and Societies at the University of Leeds, and Professor Caroline Rose, Executive Director of the White Rose East Asian Centre. The Blackwells Bookstall did a…