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

Panel discussion with Chopsticks Club Joint CEO Theresa Booth, business consultants Jeremy Gordon and Matthew Crabbe, July 2014 Chaired by Club CEO, Theresa Booth, our speakers entered into an animated interview dialogue regarding market entry into China. The discussion highlighted how much due diligence and on-the-ground research can minimise threats to investment.

Join us on 19 March for a Dinner & talk with Xue Xinran - see or email


NEW DATE: Wednesday 14 June - an exclusive networking Reception & Dinner with HE Ambassador Zheng ZeGuang.

To attend email or click here for tickets

An inspiring, insightful and very enjoyable evening was had by all with author Zhang Yueran and her translator, Jeremy Tiang, washed down with some great food from the New China




An evening of uplifting choral, orchestral and solo music, both traditional Chinese and Western. Raising valuable funds for educational charity, Engage with China. Click Image to book                                      

A stimulating and informative talk was delivered by Professor Kerry Brown. He described President Xi as being 'effective' whether or not you agree with what he is doing. The talk was accompanied by a Sichuan banquet.

A wonderful celebration of Chinese Moon Festival with a traditional Chinese banquet, music & poetry.Our first face:face get toegther since Covid19 restrictions began which created a real party atmosphere with many geniunely delighted to be with old friends again.



CLICK on the Invitation image above to find out more & register. This is FREE event