A CENTURY OF CHINESE CHILDREN: LITTLE FRIENDS IN A CHANGING WORLD
Chinese New Year, like all festivals, is an exciting time for children, or ‘little friends’ as they are called in China. They can expect to receive new clothes and red envelopes stuffed with money, enjoy a week off school and eat copious amounts of delicious food. Children in China today are typically doted on by their families as they are usually the only child and grandchild. Dr Isabella Jackson will explore the lives of Chinese children over the past century.
Venue Trinity Long Room HubDate Tue 28 JanTime 18:00 - 19:00Fee Free, booking required