Immerse yourself in the stunning surroundings of Xiao Long Kan and dig into some world-renowned spicy Sichuan Hot Pot, right here in Adelaide.
Learn how to play, score and win the ancient Chinese tile game of Mahjong using either the International or American rules.
When Eleni tells her school friends about her yiayia, it begins a conversation about the cultural diversity of all their grandmothers.
This picture book for ages 4 or 5 upwards, explores the many kinds of boats created from the very earliest days of human existence.
Harley Spark is a normal 13-year-old boy until he has an overwhelming urge to pick up and take home a Chinese vase. Then weird things begin to happen.
A wonderful collection of poetry and prose from books, letters and journals along with magazine and newspaper articles on the history of Australian food, cooking, dining and etiquette.
The definitive history of the Opium War between Britain and China in the nineteenth century, by an award-winning historian.
When Rachel Chu goes to Singapore with her boyfriend for his best mate's wedding, she has no idea just how ridiculously rich he and his friends are, nor how much effort his family will put into getting rid of her.
Three essays describing how growing up with two languages impacted the author and how her early love of reading focused on The Baby-Sitters Club series.
Adelaide-based 57 Films investment in China continues to pay off with the company securing local production for a major Chinese TV series with a $2.5 million shoot underway in Adelaide.
A treasury of guided tours from great literary writers of their favourite museums all around the world, including Tim Winton, Margaret Drabble and Roddy Doyle.
Four of ABC KIDS most popular preschool programs will be available in Mandarin as part of a 12-month trial on ABC iview and ABC KIDS iview.
Based on a popular Chinese cartoon, this animated comedy sees animal pals band together to defend against a logging campaign using every zany trick in the book!
The incredibly popular Director Meng Jing Hui is back in Australia as part of OzAsia with theAustralian Premiere of his play Two Dogs. We got to fire a few questions at the avant-garde Director about his thoughts on the Festival, the play, and his return to Australia in between rehearsals. Meng has a cult […]
A mischievous girl meets a sweet-tempered tiger-like creature, and they journey to the mystical animal kingdom of Cloudland, a sanctuary away from humans.
The Adelaide Night Noodle Markets have officially finished. As we put our chopsticks down, we reminisce on the feasting and fun that we had when the markets came to town...
The OzAsia Festival has brought the best of Asia to Adelaide, from fabulous shows, theatre and performances to the amazing Night Noodle Markets; Make sure you check it all out as the Festival comes to a close this weekend.
A Touch of Sin presents a critical view of modern day China’s obsession with money and power, and the fact that those without it can be pushed to murderous ends
Feast on Foot, Adelaide’s local walking food and street art tour company, has a new focus to add to its repertoire of walking tours, this one focused entirely around dumplings and it’s on every Saturday from 2:30pm.
AirAsia ASIAFEST will become your boarding pass to Asian culture, 4-6 October 2014. View the 'China' event program.