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Art and Culture


City booming with suburban performing arts theaters

When the new Shanghai Poly Grand Theater, designed by renowned Japanese architect Tadao Ando, opens on September 30 in Jiading District,...

September 19, 2014, Friday


Young architect begins to make impact on vibrant city

The Union Building on Sichuan Road was Laszlo Hudec’s first big project for a Chinese client. Only eight years later the architect and the client came together again to build the landmark Park Hotel,...

September 19, 2014, Friday


Buildings still useful in contemporary society

Famous Beijing journalist Wang Jun recently read a biography of architect Laszlo Hudec and asked me, “Why does Shanghai love him and what’s behind ‘Hudec fever’?”Renowned for his best-selling “...

September 19, 2014, Friday


Diverse acts to play New Zealand Music Fest

The New Zealand Music Festival returns to Shanghai for its third year in October, bringing with it a range of acts to showcase the best in New Zealand entertainment and provide an eclectic mix....

September 12, 2014, Friday


Feline detective scours the streets of old Shanghai

IN late 1920s Shanghai, anthropomorphic cat detective Constable Khang is sent out to investigate what lies behind a mysterious kitten that is tattooed with mousha, the Chinese characters for murder. Khang ...

August 29, 2014, Friday


Classical orchestra to be first up at new Poly Grand Theater

The premiere season of the newly completed Shanghai Poly Grand Theater will open with the German Radio Philharmonic Orchestra presenting Tchaikovsky’s “Piano Concerto No. 1” and Beethoven’s “...

August 29, 2014, Friday


Foster scouts China for next global superstar

Legendary Canadian music producer and composer David Foster has discovered many amazing singers during his career. He says it would be no surprise if the next big superstar is Asian. “...

August 29, 2014, Friday


Indian musicians eye connection with local audience

While popular music from India is synonymous with the spirit of Bollywood, traditional Indian music is said to be one of the oldest in the world, dating back to the Vedic period (1750-500 BC)....

August 22, 2014, Friday


Upcoming art and design fair packs a punch

ZHOU Tiehai has big plans for next month’s West Bund Art & Design Fair. As an artist with an interest in trying new things, Zhou is famous for satirizing modern Chinese art. He also is somewhat unique ...

August 22, 2014, Friday


Big brains spout off about grand theories and serious issues

Understanding
contemporary art
As art exhibitions continue to become a regular part of urban life in cities like Shanghai,...

August 22, 2014, Friday




 

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