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Art and Culture


A cappella camp a channel for creative voices

A cappella is a vocal art form that celebrates the human voice. Without instrumental accompaniment, the performance can be versatile and full of surprises. This week, Daning Theater is hosting the 2014 ...

July 25, 2014, Friday


Shanghai’s Masonic history shrouded but remnants remain

Prelude Enchanted by Helen Foster Snow’s vivid memories of the Bund, I am launching “Bund II,” a series that begins where she began her China journey, the former Astor House Hotel. “Shanghai is a marvelous ...

July 25, 2014, Friday


New theater’s sustainable innovation

KFS Music Box, Shanghai’s first outdoor theater made from recycled materials with a national patent, will open to the public with an original Chinese musical, “Memories of the Valley,” on August 1 at ...

July 18, 2014, Friday


Children’s theater thrives

WITH summer vacation under way, children’s plays have come into peak season, and the market once dominated by just two state-owned children’s theaters is now vastly more competitive, with scores of participants. ...

July 18, 2014, Friday


Abraham Co Building harks back to a different era

Prelude Enchanted by Helen Foster Snow’s vivid memories of the Bund, I am launching “Bund II,” a series that begins where she began her China journey, the former Astor House Hotel. “Shanghai is a marvelous ...

July 11, 2014, Friday


Surf rock band Psyders to enliven scene

SURF’S up. With the sleepy summer siesta sweeping over Shanghai, the music scene is slowing down to a near-standstill. Well, have no fear, the Psyders are here. Shanghai’s resident surf rock band will ...

July 11, 2014, Friday


Yueju Opera artist pushes boundaries

IT is not easy for a female Yueju Opera performer to impersonate a man on stage, but Mao Weitao has proved herself an outstanding case over the past decades. The male characters Mao has portrayed are ...

July 11, 2014, Friday


Movie season kicking into gear

SUMMER is often called a “golden harvest season” for films, as many new productions are being squeezed into the 2-month holiday and the business is ever flourishing. During this year’s summer film season, ...

July 11, 2014, Friday


Digital art show seeks new dimensions

VISITING this exhibition is an experience akin to entering a labyrinth, as everything inside is dark except several flickering screens on the wall. “Metamorphosis of the Virtual 5+5,” a rare digital art ...

July 9, 2014, Wednesday


American schools brought Western curriculum

Every now and then, elderly Chinese people in their 70s or even 80s are seen at English-speaking activities expressing their opinions fluently in the foreign language. Often they learned it a long time ...

July 8, 2014, Tuesday




 

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