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China Daily UK | Updated: 2017-03-17 19:23

Events and stories coming up in the next few days

UK textile students showing work at China Design Centre

Reimagining Xiabu, an exhibition of work by students and graduates from the BA course in textile design at the Chelsea College of Arts, opens on Friday and will continue until April 7. The exhibition is held in collaboration with the China Design Centre and can be seen at the design center's space on Store Street in London.

Report to look at booming organic food industry

China's appetite for organic food is surging as people's purchasing power and awareness about healthy living rise. For the past few years, the industry has been growing at an annual rate of 30 percent. Recently, China and New Zealand signed an agreement on mutual recognition of each other's organic standards. In the coming days, China Daily will publish an in-depth report about the industry.

Traditional instruments shared at Yorkshire concert

Sheffield hosts its second Classical Weekend Festival between Friday and Sunday. It will feature international artists and musicians in a wide range of venues. Among them, performers from Shanghai will play on Friday in Upper Chapel on Norfolk Street. Xia Jing, a famed zither soloist, will also perform.

Teens invited to learn secrets of painting cherry blossom

The Museum of East Asian Art on Bennett Street in Bath is hosting Cherry Blossom Ink Painting on Saturday. The event is aimed at teens and offers them the chance to learn Chinese painting techniques and use them to make a Mother's Day gift. Artist Aili Purdy will teach the class.

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