China: so much more than just trade

Caption: Just add friends. Good food will do the rest

I am sat with three friends around a table at a local restaurant in Wuhan, China. The table itself is round of course, with a circular glass plate, laden with dishes, rotating slowly at its centre. Our bowls are blessed with delicious food, our glasses are full, our chopsticks are busy, friendly conversation fills the small private dining room, and the world is put to ...

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‘CAMBRIDGE NOTES’: one British family’s love affair with China over 140 years and 6 generations

Ashwell, Herts.
15 November 2019

Dear Friends

Re: Publication of Cambridge Notes, promoting friendly exchange between Wuhan and Britain

It gives me great pleasure to announce publication of ‘Cambridge Notes’, a book written by renowned Hubei author and journalist Mr YU Tantan of the Yangtze River Daily. Mr YU uses my family’s long association with Wuhan and China over a period of 140 years and spanning 6 generations to illustrate the power of friendly cross-cultural exchange ...

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UK-China oncology Mission comes to Wuhan

November 2019 is an important date for international science in Wuhan: it was the date when the UK-China Oncology Mission came to town, placing Wuhan firmly on the map as a key location for UK technology companies.

The mission was organised by the UK Department for International Trade with assistance from CBBC and Window-on-Wuhan – a program designed to raise awareness of Wuhan in the UK. Attendees included three key UK cancer institutions (The Christie Hospital, Royal Marsden Hospital and the ...

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