Editions

We are pleased to present past editions of EAST Magazine below. Each can be accessed and enjoyed simply by clicking on the edition’s cover.


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EAST Magazine returns in summer 2017 with a bumper A4 edition, produced in association with Business Confucius Institute at the University of Leeds (BCIUL).  Inside, find some outstanding student photography, and articles ranging from wine in China to mare’s milk in Mongolia; fashion in Korea to politics in Malaysia. Our featured article grants readers uniquely fascinating access to China’s cultural revolution, through Ruru Li’s first-hand testimony.

2016/2017 Editorial Team:
Editors: Alex King, Amy Sharp
Online Co-Ordinator: Laura Prieto
Publicity Co-Ordinator: Radhiyyah Phillips
Graphic Designer: Yasmine Rahemtulla


2016 Summer WEB

The summer 2016 edition of EAST Magazine, produced in association with Business Confucius Institute at the University of Leeds (BCIUL) and The China Daily can be read online by clicking on the cover above. Discover breathtaking Indonesia, read of mystical Myanmar and decide for yourself whether China are North Korea’s allies!

2015/2016 Editorial Team:
Editors: Laura Pincher, Evelyne Hibbert
Online Co-Ordinator: Matthias De Ruyver
Finance Co-Ordinator: Violet Ross
Publicity Co-Ordinator: Amy Sharp
Graphic Designer: John Harwood


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The winter 2016 edition of EAST Magazine, produced in association with Business Confucius Institute at the University of Leeds (BCIUL) and The China Daily can be read online by clicking on the edition’s picture above. The edition tackles North Korea, Japan’s mouth-watering cuisine, Shanghai’s homeless and China’s gated communities!

2015/2016 Editorial Team:
Editors: Laura Pincher, Evelyne Hibbert
Online Co-Ordinator: Matthias De Ruyver
Finance Co-Ordinator: Violet Ross
Publicity Co-Ordinator: Amy Sharp
Graphic Designer: John Harwood


EAST Magazine

The summer 2015 edition of EAST Magazine, produced in association with Business Confucius Institute at the University of Leeds (BCIUL) and The China Daily can be read online by clicking on the cover above. This edition includes a debate on the controversial Chinese ‘One Child Policy’, an uncovering of LGBT life in Thailand, and articles in Japanese and Chinese.

2014/2015 Editorial Team:
Editors: Eamon Barrett, Emily Wilk-Mullis
Online Co-Ordinator: Filomena Francisco
Designer, Marketing Co-Ordinator: Susannah Derrett


East Winter 2015

The Winter 2015 edition of EAST Magazine, produced in partnership with the Business Confucius Institute at the University of Leeds (BCIUL) can be read by clicking on the cover above. With exciting pieces including new language features and coverage of Wild Swans author Jung Chang’s visit to Leeds, it’s not to be missed out on!

2014/2015 Editorial Team:
Editors: Eamon Barrett, Emily Wilk-Mullis
Online Co-Ordinator: Filomena Francisco
Designer, Marketing Co-Ordinator: Susannah Derrett


EAST2014

The 2014 issue of EAST Magazine in association with the Business Confucius Institute at the University of Leeds (BCIUL) and The China Daily can be accessed by clicking on the above image. Features include the 50th Anniversary of East Asian Studies at Leeds University, volunteering in Vietnam, and travelling around the world in a dragon-boat!

2013/14 Editorial Team:
Editors: Victoria Leigh, Rebecca Iszatt
Online Co-Ordinator: Julija Veljkovic
Finance and Marketing Co-Ordinator: Laura Davis
Designers: Susannah Derrett, Shin Ying Lin


East2013

The 2013 edition in association with Catalai China Internships is available online by clicking on the cover image above. Features include the bee-keeping in Imperial China, jazz in Japan, and a taste of travels in Tibet.

2012/13 Editorial Team
Editors: Hannah Dudley, Auriole Potter
Online Co-Ordinator: Victoria Leigh
Finance Co-Ordinator: Kieran Prendergast
Marketing and Administration Co-Ordinator: Kezia Hardingham
Designers: Nicole Ince, Lin Wen-Hsin

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