ABSTRACT

This chapter brings the book to a conclusion by focusing on future directions in conducting research with British Chinese children using creative research methods. I intend to unfold the process and insights of developing ethical relational relationships with the community to enable the outputs to be meaningful and useful. In so doing, the chapter highlights the concerns of Chinese community members and parents in relation to promoting children’s well-being and discusses the ethical and methodological concerns of the various creative research methods from Chapters 2 to 5. I ascribe to the view that an understanding of the richness and quality of children’s lives requires a multiplicity of methodological approaches. This chapter summarises the potential impacts of the project and provides future directions in research, theory and practice with Chinese diasporic children and diverse communities on sport, physical activity and health experiences.