Brownfield site to provide hundreds of new homes.
Birmingham’s educational links with China continue to grow with new launch.
Trade mission leads to new business agreement.
Beijing recognition for town’s tourist industry.
Fly direct from Birmingham to Shanghai and Beijing.
James Westwood of the China-Britain Business Council offers advice to firms that may want to export to China for the first time.
China-Britain Business Council appoints new West Midlands adviser.
Journalist Sheilagh Matheson catches up with old Chinese friends – 40 years after they first met. Times have changed.
Birmingham Chinatown businesses help Yunnan kids get Christmas smiles for life
In his second article, Alan Clawley wonders if Birmingham has been taken over while we weren’t looking.
Birmingham Airport and Marketing Birmingham have become two of the first UK companies awarded a new Chartermark declaring they are fit to welcome Chinese visitors.
Farewell, good luck and goodbye, reflects the departing Peter Sampson.
Everyone has a Nowhere to get to. For RICHARD LUTZ, it is Macao
This summer Birmingham’s Southside district is getting in touch with its inner Chi with a programme of uplifting Tai Chi classes in the Arcadian.
The REP is bringing theatre to a very different kind of venue when it stages its latest performance in a restaurant in the heart of the city’s Chinatown.
Ikon Gallery Director Jonathan Watkins is to co-curate the Fourth Guangzhou Triennial alongside Jiang Jiehong, Director of the Centre for Chinese Visual Arts at Birmingham City University.
The University of Birmingham hosts Counsellor Shen Yang and three other representatives from the Education section at the Chinese Embassy, this week.
The University of Birmingham and BGI, a leading genomics organisation in China, have today announced a major joint initiative in environmental and human health research.
Hopes that direct flight to China from Birmingham could help business investment have been raised
Peter Sampson sends one of his occasional observatory letters from Beijing
A group of Birmingham youngsters are organising a fundraising event to help rebuild a primary school in the remote area of Giuzhou province
The West Midlands’ relationship with China is set to receive a further boost following the landmark agreement between Coventry University and SAIC.
Two Chinese faces peep out from the front pages of the papers this week: Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao and activist Ai Weiwei.
Dave Woodhall raises a few points he would like brought up when Chinese leader Wen Jiabao comes to town
It has been announced that Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao will begin the UK leg of his forthcoming European visit in the city
It’s more than 90 days now, since Beijing experienced any rain, and on yet another bright, cold winter’s morning, I look out over Beijing, and am struck by the almost visible inactivity of this usually hyper-active town.