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mei
31
zo
Watchparty Firelily @ online
mei 31 @ 14:10
Watchparty Firelily @ online

Doe mee aan de watchparty Firelily!

Zondag 31 mei 2020 organiseert meerdanbabipangang.nl samen met Asian Raisins (platform tegen racisme van Aziaten) een watchparty! Het kost niks!

Firelily (2019) is de korte debuutfilm van de jonge filmmaker/kunstenaar Emily van de Veer.

Het verhaal volgt een Chinese vrouw Jia in Brussel in de vroege jaren negentig. Na de dood van haar geliefde bezoekt Jia haar schoonfamilie om de as van haar man te brengen. Ze is onzeker over hoe de nieuwe familie op haar zal reageren, Ook [J1] draagt ze  veel bagage met haar zich; haar verleden, cultuur en haar toekomstvisie. Na afloop van de film zijn regisseur Emily van der Veer en hoofdrolspeelster Lei Qiu aanwezig voor een Q&A.

Je kunt de film  zien door om 14:10 uur deel te nemen aan de watch party op de Facebook pagina van meerdanbabipangang.

 

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mei
31
zo
Watchparty Firelily @ online
mei 31 @ 14:10
Watchparty Firelily @ online

Doe mee aan de watchparty Firelily!

Zondag 31 mei 2020 organiseert meerdanbabipangang.nl samen met Asian Raisins (platform tegen racisme van Aziaten) een watchparty! Het kost niks!

Firelily (2019) is de korte debuutfilm van de jonge filmmaker/kunstenaar Emily van de Veer.

Het verhaal volgt een Chinese vrouw Jia in Brussel in de vroege jaren negentig. Na de dood van haar geliefde bezoekt Jia haar schoonfamilie om de as van haar man te brengen. Ze is onzeker over hoe de nieuwe familie op haar zal reageren, Ook [J1] draagt ze  veel bagage met haar zich; haar verleden, cultuur en haar toekomstvisie. Na afloop van de film zijn regisseur Emily van der Veer en hoofdrolspeelster Lei Qiu aanwezig voor een Q&A.

Je kunt de film  zien door om 14:10 uur deel te nemen aan de watch party op de Facebook pagina van meerdanbabipangang.

 

jun
2
di
China consumer F&B trends and routes-to-market @ online
jun 2 @ 10:03 – 12:00
China consumer F&B trends and routes-to-market @ online

Webinar: ‘China consumer F&B trends and routes-to-market for European brands including food safety and regulations’

China has one of the most dynamic and complex consumer market places in the world today. It was not long ago that China was a push market, where international companies were “telling” Chinese consumers what they should want. Now companies have to “listen”, they have to anticipate, and the needs of Chinese consumers are becoming more and more distinct.

The Belgian-Chinese Chamber of Commerce (BCECC) will be organizing a webinar on ‘China consumer F&B trends and routes-to-market for European brands including food safety and regulations’ on June 2, 2020 at 10h30 CET (16h30 CST).

During this webinar Mr. James Sinclair, partner of InterChina and Mr. Leslie Lambregts, Director of International Affairs of the Federal Agency for the Safety of Food Chain (FASFC) will be holding presentations about the significant consumers trends in China and food safety.

Agenda:

10:30-10:40: Welcome words by Mr. Bernard Dewit, Chairman of BCECC, and Mrs. Petra Van Bouwelen, International Business Development Manager of Voka – Mechelen-Kempen
10:40-11:10: Presentation on ‘Consumer F&B trends in China and routes-to-market for European F&B brands’ by Mr. James Sinclair, partner of InterChina
11:10-11:40: Presentation on ‘Food safety, veterinary and phytosanitary requirements for trade of agricultural products and foodstuffs between Belgium and China’ by Mr. Leslie Lambregts, Director International Affairs of the Federal Agency for the Safety of the Food Chain (FASFC)
11:40-12:00: Q&A session

Location:

The webinar will be held on Zoom (link will be sent out to participants upon registration).

Registration:

BCECC/VOKA Members: €40,00 (VAT excl.)
Non-members: €80,00 (VAT excl.)

Please register online here before May 31, 2020!

The many faces of modern China #1 @ online
jun 2 @ 20:00
The many faces of modern China #1 @ online

Over the past decades, China’s economy has been characterised by rapid growth, which has lifted more than 850 million people out of poverty since 1978. At the same time, the country’s income inequality significantly increased. Together with academics and creative minds we discuss the driving forces behind economic growth in China and how its society transforms as a result of it, creating unprecedented prosperity for many, but not for all. What is the key to understanding China’s economy?

It is safe to say that the economic reforms and opening up of the Chinese market to international investors has brought unprecedented prosperity and completely transformed China’s society. Notwithstanding this impressive achievement, China’s economic development has resulted in diverging realities. While China overtook the U.S. last year to become the country with the most people among the world’s richest 10%, some regions and social groups have stayed behind, as inequality increased significantly over the last decades as well. And at a time when the Chinese government is investing heavily in the economy of the future, an ageing population, overheated property markets, and more recently, the Corona Virus, are only some of the economic challenges that need to be overcome. This evening we plunge into the Chinese economy and discuss rapid urbanisation, trends in rural areas and the fate of those who have stayed behind.

Speakers

Jue Wang has a wide range of research interests in international economic organizations, international cooperation and the development of emerging economies with a special focus on China. Dr Wang is also an associate fellow in the Asia-Pacific Programme at Chatham House. She regularly comments on Chinese and international affairs for media outlets including the BBC, CGTN, Al Jazeera, the New York Times, and The Times.

In February 2020 Stephan Petermann presented Chinese Villages: A new Era as part of the Countryside, The Future exhibition by Rem Koolhaas/AMO at the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum in New York.

Sinologist Valérie Hoeks gives advice to Dutch and Chinese companies. She will highlight how Chinese businesses are hit by the Coronavirus outbreak.

The many faces of modern China

The LeidenAsiaCentre and De Balie present “The many faces of modern China”, a programme series containing diverging views on China’s multifaceted development. Spread out over three sessions, experts, politicians and artists offer a much needed reality check of China’s economy, its political system and its rise on the international stage. How can we better understand the political, social and economic reality of this country with its 1.3 billion inhabitants? And what can we learn from China?

Livestream online

The first session of our ‘The Many Faces of Modern China’ lecture series will be streamed online and is freely accessible to all through the De Balie website. Make sure to tune in at 20:00 on June 2nd!

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