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On stage, costume designer resurrects dynasties

EDITOR’S Note: Laughs, tears and a lot of sweat — after a long slump, drama is blooming on China’s mainland. Theater is now an integral part of the city’s cosmopolitan lifestyle, and production budgets ...

April 22, 2016, Friday


Actress-director brings experimental show to life

FOR actress Sun Ningfang, the experimental play “Going to Baidi” is both a family affair and a labor of love. Sun is the star and director of the show, which was written and produced by her husband Jiang ...

April 22, 2016, Friday


Tide rises on recreational boating

IT’S Sunday afternoon, but instead of enjoying brunch downtown or a lazy day at home, Tony Xu is scrambling to keep his craft in the water — and ahead of his competitors. Xu is on Dianshan Lake, located ...

April 1, 2016, Friday


Veterans turn to cannabis to ease PTSD

A growing number of US states are weighing whether to legalize marijuana to treat post-traumatic stress disorder. But for many veterans, the debate is already over. They’re increasingly using cannabis ...

March 27, 2016, Sunday


In musicals and dramas, chameleon actor shines

EDITOR’S Note: Laughs, tears and a lot of sweat — after a long slump, drama is blooming on China’s mainland. Theater is now an integral part of the city’s cosmopolitan lifestyle, and production budgets ...

March 25, 2016, Friday


Prince of love and heartache performs in Shanghai

KNOWN as the “Prince of Love Ballads” in the Chinese pop world, Taiwan pop singer Jeff Chang Shin-Che is a seasoned singer of love and heartache in Mandarin. Since 1989, he has released a string of highly ...

March 25, 2016, Friday


New center raises profile of Kunqu Opera school

AT 75-years-old, Kunqu Opera artist Zhang Xunpeng isn’t letting age slow her down. These days the energetic entertainer, whose career spans six decades, is dedicated to passing down this age-old art to ...

March 18, 2016, Friday


The government employee turned Buddhist artists

TWENTY years ago, he was director Mao. Today, he is a lay monk named Hongsi. Many believe that the transformation from government employee to Buddhist lay monk must have been triggered by a traumatic ...

March 18, 2016, Friday


Young man cycles halfway across the globe to promote ecological civilization

RIDING on a bike carrying all his stuff, Wang Zilong, a Chinese environmentalist, left a farm in Bay Area in California on Monday morning and embarked on his journey with a mission to advocate for ecological ...

March 12, 2016, Saturday


Along with the audience, playwright grows up

EDITOR’S Note: Laughs, tears and a lot of sweat — after a long slump, drama is blooming on China’s mainland. Theater is now an integral part of the city’s cosmopolitan lifestyle, and production budgets ...

March 11, 2016, Friday




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