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Chinese artists resurrect materiality in new exhibit

Art by Zhuang Hong Yi and Zhang Zhenxue are on display at the Art+ Shanghai Gallery through June 19....

May 29, 2016, Sunday


Play the game and learn a language

When Australian investment banker William Abbott arrived in China for the first time in 2005, he could barely speak the local language....

May 28, 2016, Saturday


Musical ‘I Love You’

This hilarious comedy musical is about that terribly wonderful, simply complex thing called love....

May 28, 2016, Saturday


Fringe Festival rolls into Shanghai’s Xintiandi

JUNE 6 marks the start of the first-ever Xintiandi Fringe Festival, a two-week event that will draw a constellation of local and international performing artists. Altogether, the area’s cafes, museums, ...

May 27, 2016, Friday


Philadelphia Orchestra to perform the best of classics

The Philadelphia Orchestra is returning to the city again after two years....

May 22, 2016, Sunday


Worthy causes at heart of scavenger hunt

About 140 students from five local universities raced through Shanghai last weekend on a fun-filled scavenger hunt aimed at promoting cross-cultural understanding and raising awareness about sustainable...

May 21, 2016, Saturday


Japan’s temple art travels for exhibit

FOR Chinese who travel to Kyoto, the Daigoji Shingon Buddhist temple is a must-see. But only those who plan ahead and make a reservation far in advance get a chance to see the beautiful Buddhist sculptures ...

May 21, 2016, Saturday


Shanghai director starts Shakespeare troupe

EDITOR’S Note: Laughs, tears and a lot of sweat — after a long slump, drama is blooming on China’s mainland. Theater is now an integral part of the city’s cosmopolitan lifestyle, and production budgets ...

May 20, 2016, Friday


Experimenting with science to create art

ART, combined with science, is in vogue at the international art scene, but it is a struggle for many formally trained Chinese artists who lack a thorough knowledge of mathematics or physics. Not for ...

May 20, 2016, Friday


Against the mainstream, Canadian makes tiny art

CANADIAN artist Talwst focuses on miniature dioramas. All his artworks are put inside a small box. The artist uses whatever he finds in life as the materials in his creations. It could be the withered ...

May 14, 2016, Saturday




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