China-Britain Youth Assoc. (CBYA) - Oxford 中英青年联合会

at High Street, Oxford, OX1 4BH United Kingdom

The Oxford branch of the China-Britain Youth Association is a volunteer-run, non-political, not-for-profit organisation which seeks to strengthen mutual understanding between young Chinese and British in the city of Oxford.


China-Britain Youth Assoc. (CBYA) - Oxford 中英青年联合会
High Street
Oxford OX1 4BH
United Kingdom
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Kerry Brown of Chatham House will be speaking in Oxford on Thursday about Hu Jintao: http://www.cbya.org.uk/news/2012/05/03/oxford-event-kerry-brown-on-hu-jintao/ Free entry. All welcome.

Published on 2012-05-08 20:14:30 GMT

Following last night’s very successful and insightful lecture by journalist (read the event review here) and diplomat George Walden, the China Britain Youth Association is very excited to welcome in Trinity Term with a social dinner to Paddyfields Restaurant next Monday. Come along for casual conversation at what promises to be a very enjoyable dinner! When: 30th April (Monday 2nd Week), 6:30-7:30PM Where: Paddyfields Restaurant, 39-40 Hythe Bridge Street RSVP: Please RSVP to oxord@cbya.org.uk by 11:59PM on Saturday to reserve your place. We look forwards to seeing you there! 干杯!

Published on 2012-04-26 09:45:00 GMT

THE CURRENT STATE OF CHINESE FICTION A discussion at Blackwell Oxford at 7 p.m. on 18 April In 2011, two Chinese authors made the shortlist of the high profile Man Booker International Prize. Is Chinese fiction flourishing as China realises its new economic ascendancy? Or are there barriers to creativity? And what is the definition of a 'Chinese' writer? Join two acclaimed China-based novelists, Bi Feiyu and Li Er, in a rare opportunity for conversation with Ma Jian and Geling Yan, two renowned Chinese writers living in Europe, and with Tash Aw, a Malaysian Taiwanese novelist who has been living in the UK since his teens. Tickets cost £2 and can be obtained by telephoning or visiting the Customer Service Department, Second Floor, Blackwell Bookshop, Oxford. 01865 333623.

Published on 2012-03-29 16:27:15 GMT

Interesting thoughts on whether #china has the ability to stop #iran http://the-diplomat.com/2012/03/05/will-china-stop-iran/

Published on 2012-03-05 16:57:45 GMT

Deng Fei has arrived in Oxford and is very excited to be speaking tonight!