Op deze pagina vind je een overzicht van alle China gerelateerde evenementen in Nederland en van alle Nederland gerelateerde evenementen in China.

Uitgelichte Evenementen

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House of China @ De Balie
okt 17 @ 12:30 – 19:00
House of China @ De Balie | Amsterdam | Noord-Holland | Nederland

House of China is a fresh music and business initiative that channels the connection between the international and China’s electronic music scene.

Three leading companies from the Chinese dance music industry will gather during this year’s Amsterdam Dance Event (ADE) for House of China. House of China offers a new platform launched in cooperation with (ADE) to discuss current developments, challenges and opportunities in China’s electronic music industry. The event is set up to beter connect the Chinese and international dance music markets and is presented in the Dutch capital by (in alphabetical order): BrotherHood Music, CMCM and Mai Ai. House of China will be the only official China conference event during ADE.

A grasp of our program:

The Magic of Numbers: Expand Your Chinese Fan Base
12:30 – 13:15 De Balie (B3 Lecture Room)
Reaching fans online can result in staggering numbers of followers in China. How to properly develop your brand for these large numbers of people? A discussion on differences in positioning your music brand for Western and Chinese crowds and how to create a successful strategy as music professional on the different social media channels.

On The Record: Spinnin’ in China
13:15 – 13:45 De Balie (B3 Lecture Room)
Spinnin’ Record has an online presence in China and their music is available on all Chinese streaming services. On top of that the imprint’s live events have found their way to the land of the dragon. Spinnin’ Records is making a contribution to the growth of the scene in both clubs and festivals The label knows how to be successful in China and is willing to share some of their insights. Get informed about the brand, their activities and the way they handle business. The Spinnin’ story is told by the people who helped writing it.

Live and Diverse: China’s Music Streaming Market
14:00 – 14:45 De Balie (B3 Lecture Room)
China’s market for streaming music is booming. Music platforms are growing by millions of users every quarter and are developing new business models to promote artists and righteously channel royalties. As in most Asian countries, local content is king but electronic and Western music is gaining ground. The new generation is much more willing to pay for content as before. And their music of choice is electronic.

Putting the C in Dance
15:00 – 15:45 De Balie (B3 Lecture Room)
Creating a dance music culture in China is not a copy and paste process. For many reasons the scene needs development and is in need of its own artists and stars. With its rich culture China’s own heritage can reflect in the electronic music scene. But how? How can the China factor be put into dance? And how can that product be shipped worldwide?

House of China presents: China Networking Event
16:00h – 19:00h De Balie (Foyer)
All ADE delegates and invitees associated with China’s dance music industry are welcome to join between 16:00h and 19:00h at De Balie.
For this special reception event, Yang Bing, one of china’s leading veteran DJs and female DJ BLUE from Chengdu, who’s name is rising in China’s techno scene, are in control of the turntables.

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China Café: het sociaal kredietsysteem @ WTC The Hague
okt 16 @ 17:00 – 19:30
China Café: het sociaal kredietsysteem @ WTC The Hague | Den Haag | Zuid-Holland | Nederland

Interview met Oscar Garschagen over de introductie van China’s sociale kredietsysteem

Sommigen associëren dit systeem met de Britse science fiction serie ‘Black Mirror’. In veel Chinese steden wordt al geëxperimenteerd met het nieuwe sociaal kredietsysteem dat gepland staat om in 2020 te worden ingevoerd. Een systeem dat door middel van algoritmes het gedrag van Chinese burgers in kaart brengt. Zo kunnen burgers op de zwarte of de rode lijst terecht komen en wordt aan de hand van burgerscores duidelijk of zij een A-, B-, C- of D- status hebben.

Wat voor consequenties heeft dit voor de Chinese bevolking? Wat zijn de voor- en nadelen ervan? Wat houdt dit systeem in China precies in en wat betekent dit voor de toekomst van China, en de rest van de wereld? Op 16 oktober, tijdens het Guanxi China Café, wordt Oscar Garschagen over dit fenomeen geïnterviewd.

Over Oscar Garschagen

Oscar Garschagen (1952, Amsterdam) is journalist. Hij werkte voor NRC Handelsblad in China, Israël en Palestina, was hoofdredacteur van Vrij Nederland en het Algemeen Dagblad en voor De Volkskrant correspondent in Amerika, de Europese Unie en Den Haag. Voor zijn Amerika-berichtgeving kreeg hij in 1993 de Anne Vondelingprijs voor politieke journalistiek. Hij schrijft op dit ogenblik een boek over de ‘Chinese Droom’ dat begin 2019 uitgegeven wordt door uitgeverij De Geus.

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17
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House of China @ De Balie
okt 17 @ 12:30 – 19:00
House of China @ De Balie | Amsterdam | Noord-Holland | Nederland

House of China is a fresh music and business initiative that channels the connection between the international and China’s electronic music scene.

Three leading companies from the Chinese dance music industry will gather during this year’s Amsterdam Dance Event (ADE) for House of China. House of China offers a new platform launched in cooperation with (ADE) to discuss current developments, challenges and opportunities in China’s electronic music industry. The event is set up to beter connect the Chinese and international dance music markets and is presented in the Dutch capital by (in alphabetical order): BrotherHood Music, CMCM and Mai Ai. House of China will be the only official China conference event during ADE.

A grasp of our program:

The Magic of Numbers: Expand Your Chinese Fan Base
12:30 – 13:15 De Balie (B3 Lecture Room)
Reaching fans online can result in staggering numbers of followers in China. How to properly develop your brand for these large numbers of people? A discussion on differences in positioning your music brand for Western and Chinese crowds and how to create a successful strategy as music professional on the different social media channels.

On The Record: Spinnin’ in China
13:15 – 13:45 De Balie (B3 Lecture Room)
Spinnin’ Record has an online presence in China and their music is available on all Chinese streaming services. On top of that the imprint’s live events have found their way to the land of the dragon. Spinnin’ Records is making a contribution to the growth of the scene in both clubs and festivals The label knows how to be successful in China and is willing to share some of their insights. Get informed about the brand, their activities and the way they handle business. The Spinnin’ story is told by the people who helped writing it.

Live and Diverse: China’s Music Streaming Market
14:00 – 14:45 De Balie (B3 Lecture Room)
China’s market for streaming music is booming. Music platforms are growing by millions of users every quarter and are developing new business models to promote artists and righteously channel royalties. As in most Asian countries, local content is king but electronic and Western music is gaining ground. The new generation is much more willing to pay for content as before. And their music of choice is electronic.

Putting the C in Dance
15:00 – 15:45 De Balie (B3 Lecture Room)
Creating a dance music culture in China is not a copy and paste process. For many reasons the scene needs development and is in need of its own artists and stars. With its rich culture China’s own heritage can reflect in the electronic music scene. But how? How can the China factor be put into dance? And how can that product be shipped worldwide?

House of China presents: China Networking Event
16:00h – 19:00h De Balie (Foyer)
All ADE delegates and invitees associated with China’s dance music industry are welcome to join between 16:00h and 19:00h at De Balie.
For this special reception event, Yang Bing, one of china’s leading veteran DJs and female DJ BLUE from Chengdu, who’s name is rising in China’s techno scene, are in control of the turntables.

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China Pavilion @ Vondel CS
okt 20 @ 19:00 – 04:00

3 Music Stages where DJs from China and the Netherlands are spinning from early evening until 4 am. Dance away on China’s female ‘DJ Pink’, house & trance producer ‘Cheng_C’ or dive into the underground techno with Misloop.

Stage 1: China Pavilion
Presenting Chinese artists and artists connected to China Pavilion Records.

Stage 2: Chinese Dream
Amsterdam LA Rêve Community has been invited to run a stage at Shanghai eMidi Festival. Now they will host a Chinese Dream stage to show their followers what they have experienced in China.

Stage 3: Great Wall DJ Competition
In cooperation with Fontys Rock Academy,  12 Dutch DJ Talents are given the chance to battle for the ultimate prize: an invitation to perform at the Great Wall of China during the 2019 edition of YinYang Music Festival.

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24
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Filmvertoning Human Flow (Ai Weiwei) @ Pakhuis de Zwijger
okt 24 @ 20:00 – 22:00
Filmvertoning Human Flow (Ai Weiwei) @ Pakhuis de Zwijger | Amsterdam | Noord-Holland | Nederland

De wereldwijde vluchtelingencrisis gezien door de ogen van kunstenaar Ai Weiwei

De wereldwijde vluchtelingencrisis gezien door de ogen van de Chinese kunstenaar Ai Weiwei, die met 25 camerateams in meer dan twintig landen filmde. Het levert soms surrealistische taferelen op; tentenkampen tussen de spoorrails waar Griekse treinen toeterend doorheen rijden; vanaf grote hoogte gefilmde, perfect symmetrische rijen tenten waartussen stipjes als mieren bewegen en groepen volledig in het wit geklede Afrikanen in Italië, die eerder weggelopen lijken uit een kunstproject dan een oorlogsgebied.

De Chinese kunstenaar maakt niet alleen de amper te bevatten omvang van het probleem en de eindeloze stromen mensen duidelijk, maar ook de individuele tragiek van de vluchtelingen. Weiwei dwingt je deze mensen diep en lang in de ogen te kijken en gaat voorbij de anonieme krantenkoppen waar we zo langzamerhand immuun voor zijn geworden. Krachtige, esthetisch gedraaide shots die rechtstreeks uit een natuurfilm lijken te komen, worden afgewisseld met smartphonebeelden die de horror van dichtbij laten zien. De boodschap is duidelijk: dit zijn geen nummers of statistieken – dit zijn mensen, en hun machthebbende medemensen laten het afweten.

  • regiseur: Ai Weiwei
  • taal: Engels, Nederlands ondertiteld
  • tijd: 140 min

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Innovation in China: getting connected and building sustainable relationships @ Management Centre Europe
okt 25 hele dag
Innovation in China: getting connected and building sustainable relationships @ Management Centre Europe | Elsene | Brussels Hoofdstedelijk Gewest | België

Innovation in China is a hot topic nowadays. Some people claim the Chinese system is not innovative; others claim China is the future of innovation.

To give you insight in China’s business context and help innovative companies to make informed decisions in setting up connections, and in negotiating with the Chinese, the Belgian-Chinese Chamber of Commerce (BCECC) and ChinaConduct invite you to a one-day workshop on “Innovation in China: getting connected and building sustainable relationships” on October 25, 2018 in Brussels. Moreover, it will help you to get a realistic view on how to start, how to proceed, and how to build long-term business relationships.

Agenda:

8:30 Registration

9:00 Module 1
• China and innovation
• Five Year Plans and business goals in China
• Creative minds, R&D in China
• China’s fast and innovative society
• Eu-China projects and the position of Belgium
• How to protect yourself, legally and beyond
• Dreaming big, facing reality

12:30 Lunch break (Chinese lunch)

13:30 Module 2
• China projects: jumping in or building up?
• Dealing with Chinese stakeholders: who is who and what to expects
• Reciprocity, building trust and loyalty
• Cases and discussion

17:00 End

Venue:

MCE, Management Centre Europe
Rue de l’Aqueduc 118
1050 Brussels

Registration:

For registration, please fill in the online registration form before Ocotober 19, 2018. Participation fee is 490€ p.p. (VAT excl.) for non-members. BCECC members benefit from 10% off the registration fee.

Cancelation policy:

Cancellations received after the registration deadline and “no-shows” will be charged in full.

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Agrifood China Event @ Pandasia, Ouwehands Dierenpark
nov 8 @ 16:00 – 18:00

Op 8 november 2018 organiseren wij het Rijnconsult Agrifood China event. Het event over succesvol zakendoen in China en de kansen voor Agrifood. Doet u al zaken in China of heeft u deze ambitie? Wilt u zich oriënteren op deze markt vol groeikansen?

China: 1.3 miljard bewoners, een groeiende middenklasse, verschuivingen in voedselconsumptie, enorme uitdagingen op het gebied van voedsel kwantiteit en kwaliteit. De kansen voor Agrifood in China zijn gigantisch.

Tijdens deze avond komt een aantal sprekers aan het woord en deelt Rijnconsult inzichten uit ons bezoek aan China. Daarnaast biedt de avond volop gelegenheid tot uitwisseling van ervaringen en netwerken.

Praktisch

  • Datum:           8 november 2018
  • Tijd:                16:00 – 20:00 uur
  • Locatie:          Pandasia, Ouwehands Dierenpark Rhenen
  • Voor wie:       Directie en management in de Agrifood, die zaken (willen) doen in China.
  • Deelname:     € 195,- per persoon (€ 350,- voor 2 personen)

Sprekers

De volgende China experts komen spreken:

Atze Schaap: Global Director Dairy Development, Royal FrieslandCampina vertelt over de succesfactoren en valkuilen van zakendoen in China en de kansen voor Agrifood bedrijven.

Angela Tabak: Oprichtster van webshopinChina, helpt het Nederlandse bedrijfsleven de Chinese markt te betreden. Zij vertelt over de kansen en ontwikkelingen van e-commerce in China.

Willemien van Asselt: Advisor International Science and Technology Innovation Agrifood and Biobased bij de RVO vertelt over effectief bruggen bouwen met China en publiek-private samenwerkingen op het gebied van Agrifood en Biobased Innovatie en Technologie.

Edwin Jonkers: CEO van O’Neill, hij vertelt over de do’s and don’ts van zakendoen in China, op basis van zijn persoonlijke jarenlange ervaring in China.

Aanmelden en meer info

Heeft u interesse in dit event, dan kunt u zich hier aanmelden. Heeft u vragen of opmerkingen, neem dan gerust contact met ons op via secretariaat@rijnconsult.nl of 030 298 42 50.

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Chinese Dreams: the human face of changing China @ Rode Hoed
nov 20 @ 15:00 – 17:45
Chinese Dreams: the human face of changing China @ Rode Hoed | Amsterdam | Noord-Holland | Nederland

This year’s Annual Lecture of the International Institute for Asian Studies will be deliverd by Ruben Terlou.

The speaker

Ruben Terlou (1985) is a documentary filmmaker, photographer and medical doctor. He studied Mandarin in China and Medicine at the University of Amsterdam. Ruben has worked extensively as a photographer in China and Afghanistan, and, with his work, has won several Dutch Silver Camera Awards and the price for Innovative Photojournalism. His real debut, however, was his successful and highly popular six-episode television documentary series Along the Banks of the Yangtze in which he travels upstream along the longest river of Asia. Terlou’s endearing personality, combined with his fluent Chinese, resulted in deeply personal portraits. In 2018, his second documentary series Through the Heart of China received 1.5 million viewers each episode and offered a very intimate view of the human face of contemporary China.

The lecture

In a country where developments take place faster than the population can comprehend and internalise, unusual situations arise in daily life. In his address, titled, Chinese Dreams: The human face of changing China, Terlou will share his thoughts on modern-day China, his personal experiences and his photographs. Most importantly, he shows what fascinates and drives him most: the human condition, the adaptability of the people to the enormous changes taking place, while simultaneously showing how they stay faithful to their culture and all things in which they believe.

Programme

The programme will start at 15:00 hrs sharp. Doors are open from 14:00 hrs.

15:00 – 15:15   Welcome by Director of IIAS, Dr Philippe Peycam
15:15 – 16:10   Lecture
16:10 – 16:30   Questions & Answers
16:30 – 17:45   Reception

Registration (required)

Please register via the webform provided on the IIAS website.

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