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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

Skillful copying launches artistic career

FOR celebrated contemporary artist and educator Le Zhenwen, his best time was the two years back in the 1970s when he copied the works by masters like Wen Zhengming (1470-1559), Zhang Daqian (1899-1983) ...

January 21, 2017, Saturday

The musical ‘Ghost’ makes a return

THE musical “Ghost,” which is adapted from the Hollywood movie of the same name, will display the power of love at the Shanghai Culture Square this month. After enjoying a successful first trip to China ...

January 21, 2017, Saturday

Humble fowl flies from grassroots to greatness

OVER recent years many fashion brands have incorporated Chinese elements into their designs in response to the country’s booming clothing and apparel market. Such attempts have included the use of red, ...

January 20, 2017, Friday

Ancient wisdom to help navigate new year

WHETHER you believe in it or scoff at it, it’s a centuries-old tradition for Chinese to ponder feng shui as they think about their prospects at the start of every Chinese New Year. Will I find my true ...

January 20, 2017, Friday

Traveling through solar time, the year starts with spring

SPRING Begins or lichun is the first solar term, occurring in early February when the sun reaches 315 degrees longitude. It marks the start of change, with temperatures rising and days getting longer. A ...

January 20, 2017, Friday

Legends and rituals that make up the Chinese New Year

CHINESE Lunar New Year has been celebrated for more than 4,000 years since the time when Emperor Shun (c. 2277-2178 BC) is said to have ascended the throne on New Year’s Day and paid homage to Heaven ...

January 20, 2017, Friday

Historic library captures foward-looking mission

SCIENCE & the city A telescope in the hand of a statue of Xu Guangqi attracted the attention of my four-year-old son during a visit to the newly reopened memorial hall honor­ing the Ming Dynasty (1368-1644) ...

January 13, 2017, Friday

Jiao Tong campus filled with architectural gems

DORMITORY No. 1 Renowned Chinese architect Robert Fan designed this modern-style dormitory building in 1930. At the time, it was one of the highest-quality student residences in China. Covering an area ...

January 13, 2017, Friday

Diary of wartime Shanghai gets modern airing

BETTY Barr Wang, a longtime Shanghai resident and writer of several books on China, has recently come out with a new volume — but this time the primary authorship honors belong to her mother. “Ruth’s ...

January 9, 2017, Monday


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