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Art and Culture


Strong shift toward modern architecture takes root

THE Cape Town Apartments on Wukang Road are a miniature version of the nearby Normandie Apartments. Known by locals as the “small iron” building due to its shape, the Cape Town Apartments were designed ...

August 28, 2015, Friday


They don’t make them like they used to

Most historical buildings along Wukang Road are either garden villas or small apartment buildings....

August 28, 2015, Friday


Artist uses classic form to depict modern concerns

Bringing something new to Chinese ink-wash painting while still honoring the conventions of the genre would be a daunting challenge for any artist....

August 28, 2015, Friday


Fall music calender packed with top-notch festivals

LOCAL music fans, rejoice! Two of the summer’s most anticipated events — the Midi and the Strawberry festivals — may have been postponed indefinitely, but this fall promises to bring a bevy of thrilling ...

August 28, 2015, Friday


Fudan touched by war-time dramas of its own

With the 70th anniversary of the end of World War II in Asia fast approaching, I’ve been looking for interesting but overlooked war stories involving my adopted home of Shanghai, which was one of China’s ...

August 22, 2015, Saturday


Exhibition honors beauty, subtleties of book design

READERS can get a glimpse of beautifully-designed books from around the world at a special exhibition at the ongoing Shanghai Book Fair. The exhibition includes over 42 books that have won The Beauty ...

August 22, 2015, Saturday


Endangered ibis inspiration for new dance show

The crested ibis — with its red face and pink, orange wings — has long been appreciated throughout East Asia for its beautiful appearance and as a symbol of good luck and happiness. The bird itself though ...

August 21, 2015, Friday


Helping students act out

Although “drama education” is still a new term to many in China, the concept is already being promoted at many local schools. Indeed, education officials, teachers and drama professionals alike are paying ...

August 21, 2015, Friday


Children’s book publisher sees bold new era

CHINA’S leading publishing house of children’s books remains optimistic about the future of paper books despite the rise of the e-book market. And it plans to use technology to improve its competitiveness, ...

August 21, 2015, Friday


Fair offers stage for great new reads

SHANGHAI Fine Arts Publisher, founded in 1960, is the only publisher of fine arts books in the city. Throughout its history, the publisher has built a name for itself with its eclectic catalog covering ...

August 21, 2015, Friday




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