authorizing (0) (0)    Advanced Search

Follow us @  | 

weather icon


Mostly Cloudy/Haze

°C  | °F 23°C 31°C

Shanghai Daily,上海日报
Latest news:

Art and Culture

Tao Dance Theater to stage latest work at Shanghai Theater Academy

Tao Dance Theater will stage its latest work “Eight” at Shanghai Theater Academy on October 23 and 24this weekend, exploring body aesthetics by logic and repeating body movement. The work is jointly ...

October 22, 2015, Thursday

After 10 years, one-man band decides to branch out

FOR 10 years, Baterimba has been a one man’s band. That man is Carlos Fernando Balanta. He performed with feet kicking the hihat and bass drums, right hand playing the marimba and left hand playing the ...

May 22, 2017, Monday

Exhibit unites architects from across the globe

AS a major event of the 2017 Festival Croisements, “Mission Trans Missions — Architecture-Studio & Young Award-winning Chinese, Arab and African Architects” is underway at the Qian Xuesen Library & Museum. The ...

May 22, 2017, Monday

Summer evening of classical dance, music

SITAR is probably India’s best-known musical export to the West. The stringed instrument is said to have originated sometime in the 18th century and has evolved over the years. It was introduced to the ...

May 15, 2017, Monday

Artists revive ancient mythology in comic book illustrations

THE annals of Greek mythology are rife with well-known stories about gods and heroes dying, loving, warring and performing superhuman feats. In China most people are familiar with myths like “Chang’e ...

April 29, 2017, Saturday

Artisan keeps alive delicate silk threading

As Zhao Hongyu pulls out a strand of silk of around 1mm in diameter and splits into half, quarter ....

April 22, 2017, Saturday

The ‘gates of 100 pleasures’ makes a tame comeback

THE Paramount, the legendary ballroom of the Orient in the early 20th century, reopens its doors today after a three-year renovation, stirring old memories. “It has been years since I last saw the huge ...

April 22, 2017, Saturday

Theater tailored to kids with special needs

LIDDY Yang, 4, giggled when the giant “mouse man” magically swallowed bits of paper during a special performance of “Paper Planet” at the Shanghai Children’s Arts Theater. Her mother sitting beside the ...

April 17, 2017, Monday

The shining light of Buddha

UNDER the theme of “The Buddha Light,” an exhibition featuring calligraphy works and carvings of a group of famous local artists such as Liu Xiaojing and Lu Kang is underway at Duoyunxuan Art Space through ...

April 8, 2017, Saturday

The life of Pei: reshaping the world

PEOPLE visiting the National Gallery’s East Wing near Fourth Street in Washington DC often find an unusual scene: Among all the names of the major contributors to the gallery engraved on the marble wall, ...

April 1, 2017, Saturday


Copyright © 1999- Shanghai Daily. All rights reserved.Preferably viewed with Internet Explorer 8 or newer browsers.

沪公网安备 31010602000204号