Our Living Research cohort had a very busy first week in Chengdu. The schedule included a whistle-stop tour of more than 15 organisations across Chengdu’s making sector with in-depth visits and interviews as well as public facing events to engage with the wider community.
Discover in our slideshow a summary of their week in Chengdu
Our next blog will explore in detail the connections and insights uncovered during the mapping session, including a map of the maker ecosystem in Chengdu.
The Living Research: Making in China programme is a partnership between the British Council and the Arts and Humanities Research Council.
In China, the British Council has partnered with MakerNet to co-develop the project in Chengdu and Xi'an.