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Old buildings a solid reminder of wartime era

Sihang Warehouse Address: 1 Guangfu Rd This warehouse is probably Shanghai’s most famous building that brings back memories of China’s War of Resistance Against Japanese Aggression (1937-45). It will ...

August 3, 2015, Monday


Former country club hides dark past

IT’S been 70 years since World War II ended in August 1945. Many people who lived through that difficult period are now gone, but some buildings from the era still stand. They still have “war scars” and ...

August 3, 2015, Monday


War relics paint stark picture of Japanese atrocities

MANY relics of China’s War of Resistance Against Japanese Aggression (1937-45) can still be found in Shanghai’s downtown areas, especially in Hongkou and Baoshan districts, where two major battles took ...

August 3, 2015, Monday


‘Mei Lanfang’ bridges dance and Peking Opera

IN memory of Mei Lanfang, one of the most respected Peking Opera artists in modern history, a new dance drama named after Mei was produced by Liaoning Song and Dance Troupe last year. It marks his 120th ...

July 31, 2015, Friday


Shakespeare, Shakespeare, wherefore art thou?

ELEVEN stage programs presenting the works of Shakespeare highlight Shanghai Grand Theater’s new season. As the best-known playwright in the Western world, Shakespeare’s works have inspired artists worldwide ...

July 31, 2015, Friday


Chinese pianist, educator in tune with Western music

LAST month, as the second invited Chinese performer to the Bach Festival in Leipzig, Germany, 37-year-old Shanghai pianist Tang Jin wowed the audience with her concert “Bach and Chinese Music.” Rather ...

July 24, 2015, Friday


After two decades, Shanghai drama center comes of age

A group of local theater-goers were taken on an excursion into the darkest recesses of the human mind last night as the experimental play “4.48 Psychosis” made its debut at the Shanghai Drama Arts Center ...

July 24, 2015, Friday


New ballet brings Chinese love epic to life

THE Shanghai Ballet and the Shanghai Grand Theater are teaming up on a new ballet entitled “Echoes of Eternity,” which is set to make its world premiere on July 30. Set in the Tang Dynasty (AD 618-907), ...

July 24, 2015, Friday


Trio of Fugard plays brought to local stage

STARTING this September, three plays by famed South African writer Athol Fugard will be given new life under local theater director Chen Wencong. “My Children! My Africa,” “The Island” and “The Train ...

July 24, 2015, Friday


Writer feels happiness about family’s home life

RENOWNED Chinese writer Ba Jin (1904-2005) lived half of his life in a gray-toned garden villa at 113 Wukang Road built in 1923. “That happened to be the year when Ba, then named Li Yaotang, left his ...

July 17, 2015, Friday




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