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How can you build a career as an animator in China? We asked Christopher Colman, a member of our Generation UK: China Network.
Eir Nolsøe, a radio journalist from the Faroe Islands, tells us about her home country, on the occasion of this year's Nordic Matters festival at the Southbank Centre in London.
Lucie Rachel directed 'Where We Are Now', one of five short films on lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) issues, which form this year's #FiveFilms4Freedom.
Rosie Westhoff, the writer, director, and producer of 'Crush', talks about the experience of making her first short film, which was selected for #FiveFilms4Freedom in 2017.
Christopher Manning wrote and directed 'Jamie', one of five short films on lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) issues, which form this year's #FiveFilms4Freedom.
No money, no problem? Charles Oham, of the University of Greenwich, explains why social enterprises can run on more than just cash.
Polish translator Antonia Lloyd-Jones recommends six books by contemporary Polish authors, which have not yet been translated and published in English.
What's the best way to sort through overseas research opportunities, and make your application stand out? We asked Huw Merfyn Hughes of Cardiff Metropolitan University.
Stanley Bill, lecturer in Polish Studies at Cambridge University, takes us through 200 years of Polish literature.