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  • Illuminating guide to River of Light

    Illuminating guide to River of Light

    Here is your guide to everything you need to know about the event on the Liverpool side of the water. What is River of Light? Now in its third year,

  • Art of Chinese Calligraphy in Shandong Culture Week

    Art of Chinese Calligraphy in Shandong Culture Week

    Shandong Yue Zuoquan Culture and Art Exhibition comes to Liverpool to explore and celebrate the distinguished tradition and modern vitality of both the region and its art with a collection

  • Display is elemental

    Display is elemental

    The installations will represent the elements which underpin Chinese philosophy: wood, water, earth and metal, with the fireworks themselves covering the fire element. Each evening, from around 4.30pm Friday 2

  • The River of Light is back

    The River of Light is back

    River of Light: The Elements in association with Royal Liver Building 360 will see the return of Titanium Fireworks, who wowed crowds last year with a jaw dropping display. They

  • Shanghai artists take over Liverpool waterfront

    Shanghai artists take over Liverpool waterfront

    This is Shanghai will bring together the work of ten leading contemporary artists from China, reinforcing a creative link between the two cities which are often compared due to their

  • View PRESENCE during Light Night 2018

    View PRESENCE during Light Night 2018

    LightNight returns on Friday 18 May 2018, unlocking the doors of Liverpool’s best-loved arts, culture and heritage venues late into the night. A culture crawl like no other, visitors of

  • China Deam – Guide to Chapter One

    China Deam – Guide to Chapter One

    Brought to you by China Dream's Official Education Partner - The University of Liverpool and supported by Stagecoach and Merseyrail, the season will run from February to October in three

  • Contemporary Chinese Art Collection comes to Liverpool

    Contemporary Chinese Art Collection comes to Liverpool

    PRESENCE: A Window into Chinese Contemporary Art will open to the public at St George’s Hall on Friday 9 February and will feature work from 19 of the most exciting