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I Am Sam’s Smiling Face

I Am Sam’s Smiling Face

‘if god had intended us to eat carrots in tiny cubes, he would have made them grow that way.’ No frills but all flavour at Chinatown’s Siam Smiles
The Great Call of China

The Great Call of China

As another Winter transfer deadline passes to little excitement, its China making all the headlines this time round. Adam Selby takes a look at the widespread investment and growth of the Chinese Super League and asks could we be looking at the next footballing powerhouse?
Was the Paris Climate Conference just hot air?

Was the Paris Climate Conference just hot air?

Luke Williams casts a critical eye over the Paris Climate Conference and the importance of its success
In this global war Africa must not be forgotten

In this global war Africa must not be forgotten

With an ever-increasing focus on the Middle East, we must not forget the related conflicts that rage across Africa
Hong Kong and youth politics

Hong Kong and youth politics

Jessica Chow-Lau and Candice Chau argue that Hong Kong needs more political involvement if anything is to change
Manchester and UK universities build up stronger partnerships with China

Manchester and UK universities build up stronger partnerships with China

New collaborations and investments with China have been set in occasion of President Xi Jinping’s visit to the UK
Eyewitness: Chinese President visits Graphene Institute

Eyewitness: Chinese President visits Graphene Institute

Allie Liu reports on Chinese President Xi Jinping’s visit to the University of Manchester’s Graphene centre
Protesters and supporters greet Chinese President at Town Hall

Protesters and supporters greet Chinese President at Town Hall

As Chinese President Xi Jinping arrives in Manchester thousands gather to greet and protest his arrival
China, America, and the future of Afghanistan

China, America, and the future of Afghanistan

With Western forces disengaging from Afghanistan, and with China ascending, Tristan Parsons looks at what the future holds
Taking the plunge – from Wigan to Beijing

Taking the plunge – from Wigan to Beijing

Fancy heading halfway across the world? Elizabeth Gibson did just that in her first semester at university, and had the time of her life
5 top tips about the Study China Programme

5 top tips about the Study China Programme

Contributor Josepha Griffin-Parry gives her top tips on completing the Study China Programme in Shanghai
Manchester’s Top Art Secrets

Manchester’s Top Art Secrets

Each week we explore a new place in Manchester to find the city’s top art secrets. This week Holly Smith visited the Centre For Chinese Contemporary Art.
Study Abroad Report: Beijing

Study Abroad Report: Beijing

Marina Garvey-Birch is studying abroad in Beijing, learning Chinese in a city of over 20 million people. Now a few months into her exchange, she’s settling into a Chinese lifestyle of early starts, tempting food, and everything done differently…
Manchester and Peking form international health centre

Manchester and Peking form international health centre

Chancellor announces Manchester-Peking partnership
Pomeranz: ‘I got into Chinese history by a series of accidents’

Pomeranz: ‘I got into Chinese history by a series of accidents’

Celebrated historian Kenneth Pomeranz talks to The Mancunion’s Jonathan Breen about the importance of understanding China and Niall Ferguson
Confucian reigns as China awards a Nobel alternative

Confucian reigns as China awards a Nobel alternative

When it comes to peace prizes, Vladimir Putin is hardly the first name that springs to mind

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