The Drawing Circle mini exhibition’s party: October 22nd

Mark the date guys, October the 22nd! I have posted about the quirky establishment (click here) which will be the venue of the mini exhibition. Lovely lovely place downtown, perched in the middle of city’s hustle and bustle. The October 22nd is the opening party, and the drawings will be exhibited for the next two Read More

Esther: Second Ningbo Local Drawing Circle July 2016

Hiya, how’s the summer break? Hope you are having a great time whenever and wherever you go. This month I would like to share Esther’s sketches last month. Bold and colourful, I have to say. In tune with the summer! All pictures courtesy of Esther. There are some available slots available, please get in touch. Read More

360s

I hope you are all enjoying your summer, wherever you are. Here are a couple of recent 360s pictures from the hot and humid Ningbo and surrounding. 360s are edited using PT Gui. Embedded YouTube video is a 360 video taken last weekend while cycling through nearest mountains, not far from the university. Total cycling Read More

Life Cycle 6: 4 days ride

Life Cycle 6 China: Cycling for Education Equity. Yes we made it. University of Nottingham Ningbo China (UNNC)’s provost Chris Rudd was accompanied by nine riders (including myself) and embraced 535km bicycle journey. Ended up with 560km at the end. What was the route? It was a tour of Zhejiang province: Ningbo- Shaoxing- Hangzhou- Zhuji- Tiantai- Sanmen-Ninghai- Read More

Ningbo Local Drawing Circle: Exhibition venue

Good news about the exhibition. After months of searching, we finally found this amazing place, in downtown Ningbo. The first year’s drawing circle‘s materials will be re-produced and exhibited, sometime in September 2016 when people is back from their summer break (including myself). Stay tuned for the opening party, and if you are keen on helping Read More

Shortlisted: The Library Photo Competition 2016

A wee of fun, I submitted three photos and joined the university level photography competition for the first round. Apparently I got shortlisted for the second round, with another 19 students. After submitting another three pictures, one of last three was selected to be voted. Unfortunately it’s a Wechat (the Chinese social media, or mainly Read More