Chopsticks Events

We have been welcoming guests to our China-related events since the start of China's global rise in 1993. Consequently our network is built upon face:face meetings and trusted relationships.


Our members want to understand how to do business in China and how to do business in the UK. We deliver on that need by sharing insight from leading experts and peers, generating debate and discussion, sharing insight into Chinese and British culture. We run various speaker events and debates adopting different styles to meet specific aims and suit diverse audiences. From our regular dinner-speaker events to round-table, intimate discussions for senior executives on relevant trends and current affairs to high-profile networking conferences, we offer something for every personal preference and budget. We partner with brands eager to inform an audience about the rapid changes in China that effect trade and geo-politics or who wish to reach a specific target audience.



Previous Events

A fabulous dinner, unrivalled networking & awards - come & join us to celebrate the Year of the Pig. Click on the image above to book.

An excellent evening celebrating Christmas & the end of 2018. We were joined by old & new friends over a Chinese meal with party hats & games & great networking. 


An amazing concert of chinese choral music  which celebrated both Chinese National day & Chopsticks Club 25th Anniversary, Vist read about the concert.


Calling all Chinese culture-vultures.  Exploring the differences between Chinese & English Love poems and much more.

A series of events for entrepreneurs - TO BOOK tickets click on HURUN Report logo above


Chinese New Year Dinner & Hurun Report Awards at the Corinthia Hotel - huge success SOLD OUT (31 Jan 2018)

The very talented Artistic Director, Nicholas Smith, OBE conducted this event & we were joined by world renowned jazz pianist, David Braid,  and the Mandarin Voices Choir. All pieces were sung in Mandarin.

Our Christmas networking event included a Christmas banquet  and excellent talk by Austin Williams on China's Eco Cities. Austin revealed that the definition of an Eco city is so broad, many of those classified in China as being 'eco' are not what we in the West would consider Eco Cities.

The Huawei "run-away success story;" keeping control of brand reputation; being mindful of generational trends and government policy in China; maintaining visual brand equity across multiple markets and channels and responses to brand logos were all part of the interesting mix at our panel-led discussion on branding at the Museum of Brands.