Education enables dialogue with Chinese Ambassador

Engage with China is excited to host a senior level networking dinner with Chinese Ambassador, Zheng Zeguang, on 24 May 2023 in Central London. The theme of the evening is building education and dialogue as a means of widening opportunities, trust and engagement between China and the UK. The emphasis of the evening will beContinue reading “Education enables dialogue with Chinese Ambassador”

Dialogue with the Ambassador

Stimulating economic growth through business; educating young people about different cultures and perspectives; escalating geo-political tensions; tackling climate change – all of these are likely topics at our upcoming fundraising event, 24 May, Central London. Tickets on sale NOW! This is a rare opportunity to meet the Chinese Ambassador and we welcome you to joinContinue reading “Dialogue with the Ambassador”

Chinese proverb inspires conference legacy

At Engage with China’s Good Cop Bad Cop climate change ModelUN conference 2022, everyone learned a Chinese proverb, namely that, “a tree planted now will provide shade for future generations.” Proverb shared by China Delegate 04 at Good Cop Bad Cop 2022 Engage with China was so inspired by this Chinese wisdom that the charityContinue reading “Chinese proverb inspires conference legacy”


On Friday 20 January just before Chinese New Year 2023, 200 pupils from 20 schools located across multiple time zones participated in an online Model United Nations conference to debate climate change. The Good Cop Bad Cop2 conference is a student-led event organised by Engage with China, an educational charity that builds China literacy inContinue reading “MODEL UN HIGHLIGHTS “HUMANITY’S FOOLISHNESS” AS IT SEEKS TO FIND SOLUTIONS”

Solving climate change is about global collaboration not competition: positive message for the lunar new year

On Friday 20 January 2023, just before Chinese Spring Festival ushering in the Year of the Rabbit, educational charity, Engage with China, will host its annual, international climate change Model United Nations conference for 15–18-year-old students. This conference sees a 25% growth in both the number of schools and students involved. Known as ‘Good CopContinue reading “Solving climate change is about global collaboration not competition: positive message for the lunar new year”

A passion, a global platform, porcelain & a princess

As we come to the end of the Chinese Lunar Year, there is much to share about the last twelve months.  A passion We are proud of our achievements which are borne out of our passion to build China literacy in UK schools. As schools emerged from lockdown restrictions, we were invited back into classroomsContinue reading “A passion, a global platform, porcelain & a princess”

China Challenge Day boosts the 4 C’s at St Birinus

Year 7 students (aged 11-12) at St Birinus School in Didcot enjoyed our first China Challenge Day of 2023 developing their grasp of China’s modernity and gaining hands-on cultural enrichment. Phil Mahoney, Head of Mandarin at the school, commented “having started learning Mandarin last September, a full-day experience in school was a great opportunity toContinue reading “China Challenge Day boosts the 4 C’s at St Birinus”

Small world…student from China sees EwC on Chinese TV

An interview by Engage with China Director, H-J Colston-Inge, on Chinese Central TV in October 2022 . She was spotted by a young Chinese student, Jia Lu, in Dongguan in Guangdong Province, southern China, on her school’s News Board. Coincidentally, now 15, Miss Lu had participated in a summer camp organised by Chopsticks Club andContinue reading “Small world…student from China sees EwC on Chinese TV”

‘Chopsticks Challenge’ unleashes competitive spirit

Visitors to the fruit-themed Summer Fun Day at the Museum of Royal Worcester on Wednesday 17 August were delighted to compete in the ‘Chopsticks Challenge’ organised by Engage with China, one of the participating exhibitors. Concentration, dexterity, and calmness under pressure were three of the main skills required of visitors as they attempted to achieveContinue reading “‘Chopsticks Challenge’ unleashes competitive spirit”

Students at global Model UN blown away by standard of debate

144 students took part in a global 6th form model UN online conference on Friday 28 January 2022 to debate climate change and raise their voice about the resolutions made by governments in Glasgow at COP26. Covering various time zones, almost half the students were from China, with others joining from the UK, Australia and Ireland.Continue reading “Students at global Model UN blown away by standard of debate”