James Trapp: The translator and educator whose love of China began with an exhibition in his teens

James Trapp's story with China started at an exhibition of Chinese Art at the Royal Academy in London. When he was 14, James Trapp was taken to this exhibition, the first major exhibition of Chinese art in the UK for about 50 years. "I was simply stunned by it," he recalled. It didn't just fascinate Trapp. It lit a fire in him, a fire of curiosity that would dictate the course of his life and career: "I decided from then on that I wanted to find out more."

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