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Art and Culture

Modern twist given to ancient Kunqu Opera

Following a wide preservation and innovation of the 600-year-old Kunqu Opera, Zhang Jun will present his first original Kunqu work, “Blossoms On A Spring Moonlit Night,” on June 26-28 at the Shanghai Grand...

January 23, 2015, Friday

The anti-club: where people actually listen to music

Christopher St Cavish wants people to appreciate music again....

January 23, 2015, Friday

Artist scales the heights in documentary film

When Chen Jialing walked onto the red carpet at the opening of the 9th Rome Film Festival in late October last year, the veteran Chinese artist didn’t feel nervous under the flashes and light, but rather...

January 23, 2015, Friday

Collegiate Gothic style meshes with philosophy of girls’ school

Hudec's legacy 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 ...

January 16, 2015, Friday

Great neighborhoods await in ethnically diverse Singapore

Members of the tour group are still wondering how an entire shopping mall can smell of patchouli when their guide, a young man named Daniel, is hustling them along to the next attraction....

January 14, 2015, Wednesday

Open-air Beamish Museum is a trip down memory lane for some

Retired bank manager Martin Coombes can remember how he wore short pants when shopping for his mother at the Co-op grocery in the coal-mining town of Annfield Plain in the northeast of England....

January 14, 2015, Wednesday

Exciting mix of children’s plays on tap for 2015

CHILDREN’S dramas will be graded for the first time in Shanghai to give parents a better idea about which plays are suitable for their kids. About 28 productions for children including both local and ...

January 9, 2015, Friday

Chopsticks festival, exhibitions in the works

Although China was the first nation in the world to use chopsticks, a culinary tradition more than 3,000 years old, few young people today know the interesting stories and customs behind them....

January 9, 2015, Friday

International spotlight shines on Chinese contemporary ceramics

THE British Museum is often considered a venue that displays the world’s best art. This explains why Chen Haibo was so excited to curate a Chinese contemporary ceramics exhibition that opened last month ...

December 29, 2014, Monday

Professor forges ahead in domestic ceramics

Li Youyu is ambitious but it’s not about personal glory....

December 29, 2014, Monday


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