Anna Temby appointed as the new Literature Programme Manager

We're pleased to announce the appointment of Anna Temby as Literature Programme Manager in the Arts

The Festival has ended, but summer is just starting

The Festival focused on the human condition, social issues, and long-forgotten pasts.

Terracotta Army possibly inspired by other cultures yet made by Chinese artisans: archaeologist

Dr Li Xiuzhen held a talk at Asia House in London in an attempt to clear up the mystery over who bui

The rise of translated fiction from Asia

We spoke to ALR’s Managing Editor Phillip Kim and Editor-in-Chief Martin Alexander.

The Best Asian books of 2016 – chosen by the experts

Another year draws to an end and what a year it has been for Asian literature. There have been some

Suki Chan, Little Rituals, 2012 is the curent design on the Asia House Arts Membership cards and tote bags
Asia House launches new scheme to enable more people to enjoy its arts programme

Pamela Kember previews some of the upcoming cultural events.

New arts membership scheme launched to coincide with 20th anniversary

Asia House Arts Membership offers a 50% discount off tickets to all arts & cultural events.

The flavours of Sichuan have become very popular in the London restaurants scene in recent years
A wealthy China has revolutionised London’s food scene with regional cuisine

As more Chinese live in the UK, demand for regional Chinese food has risen.

Asia House is seeking a Literature Programme Manager

The objective of the role is to organise, manage and execute Asia House's literature events.

Pictured is He Kun's 贺昆 Disappearing Light 远去的亮光
Exhibition portrays the development of Chinese woodblock prints

Prints illustrating Chinese woodblock printmaking were on display at Asia House.