The KT Wong Foundation Celebrates A Decade Building Bridges Between China And The World Through The Arts

The Foundation has been a pioneer in building cultural links with China, exploring new projects with a range of partners. Other organisations have followed and now after 10 years, and against a background of a rapidly changing economic and political landscape, the mission of the Foundation has never been more important.

2017 is a year for consolidating the “Golden Era” of China-UK relations. 2017 marking the 45th anniversary of diplomatic ties between China and the UK. It is time to celebrate what has been achieved and seek to strengthen our cultural ties.

In addition to showcasing some of the world’s greatest artists, the Foundation identifies and develops future talent, which forms a key part of our mission. The Foundation will continue its 10th anniversary year with an exciting and innovative programme.

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The Suppliant Women at the Young Vic, SE1.
A strong cast of young local women underlines the enduring relevance of this play 2,500 years on.
Sometimes it feels ...
ENO is partnering with Regent’s Park in 2017/18 season.
Daniel Kramer directs first production as artistic director
ENO to collaborate with Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre and Gate Theatre
Four ...
The Suppliant Women, Young Vic, London, review: This pure, reality-dispelling drama resurrects an ancient play about women refugees.
David Greig's adaption of Aeschylus' story of women refugees transforms 27 ...
Marnie review at the London Coliseum – ‘an outstanding achievement’
Back in June 2011 English National Opera staged the world premiere of Nico Muhly’s first opera, Two Boys – a ...
Given its world premiere by English National Opera, Nico Muhly’s Marnie is drawn from Winston Graham’s 1961 novel of the same name, famously filmed by Alfred Hitchcock in 1964. The ...

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