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  • Belt and Road Initiative Conference and Launch of the Belt and Road Initiative Research Consortium

    From Thursday 6th - Saturday 8th June, the Confucius Institute played host to a three-day interdisciplinary conference at The Roundhouse, focused around challenges in the implementation of China’s Belt and Road Initiative (BRI).

  • Dragon Boat Race 2019

    On the 11th May, we were off to Liverpool for the annual North West Confucius Institute Dragon Boat Race!

  • Our Vaginas, Ourselves

    On May 11 2019, VaChina, a London-based Chinese feminist network, performed its stage-play Our Vagina, Ourselves (阴道之道), the Chinese version of Vagina Monologues, on campus at Lancaster University.

  • Chinese New Year Celebration

    On the evening of the 5th February, it was time to celebrate.

  • Lancaster Chinese New Year Carnival

    On Sunday 3rd February, our staff and volunteers from Lancaster and took part in the Lancaster Hua Xian Society's Chinese New Year Carnival!

  • Waist Drum Performance Team Visits Lancaster University’s Confucius Classrooms

    On the 24th of January, two Lancaster University Confucius Classrooms hosted students from the Xi'an Bo'ai International School.

  • Light Up Lancaster 2018

    Light Up Lancaster is an annual event, open to the people of Lancaster and beyond to enjoy. The Confucius Institute is regularly involved, and we were delighted by our special part in this year's activities.

  • "Cherishing the Peace" Art Exhibition

    Lancaster University was delighted to host a fabulous exhibition of Chinese Calligraphy works, for one evening only, as part of a tour across the UK.

  • Belt and Road Symposium, 26th-28th September

    This symposium was in an effort to bring together scholars with an interest in the Belt and Road Initiative (BRI), from different organisations across Asia, North America, and Europe.

  • CI Day in Lancaster Library

    On the 27th September, Confucius Institute staff were given the opportunity to hold a CI Day in Lancaster Central Library.