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"Faces of China, Portrait Painting of the Ming and Qing Dynasties (1368-1912)" is Europe's first-ever grand exhibition explicitly dedicated to Chinese portrait paintings. A selection of more than 100 paintings from the collections of the Palace Museum Beijing and the...
Laura Fygi is a Dutch jazz singer, born in Amsterdam. She was raised in Uruguay. Her father was a Dutch businessman and her mother an Egyptian belly dancer. Interview by Dominique Musorrafiti Fygi's has traveled down numerous musical pathways, such as jazz,...
NEW YORK (AP) — The Guggenheim Museum in New York is facing pressure to remove a planned video instillation showing dogs trying to fight each other. The video, entitled “Dogs That Cannot Touch Each Other” is a recording of a...
Chinese response to North Korea nuclear tests - Chinese political cartoonist Badiucao’s latest work, “Dictators Are Dictators’ Own Nightmares,” perhaps best captures public sentiment in China on North Korea’s recent aggressive military moves. Written by Oiwan Lam The cartoon shows a...
Art In The City’s BLAST! 2017 is disseminated through an array of multidisciplinary platforms and pertinent social media channels. BLAST! Visions seeks cutting-edge moving image, animation, cartoon, and computer-generated video, capable of cultivating interactivity and more. BLAST! Sounds explores new...
Purity is the word that springs to mind when one looks, really looks, at a Tan Ping etching. Pure in the sense that they are unsullied, untainted with spurious messages and concerns from our direct representational world. They are surely 'art...
Sex life in China - The constant rush of modern life is the archenemy of one's sex life. The meaning of sex has been reduced to something of a fast food meal, eaten for the purpose of filling one's...
We bring you one early super rare and moving live demo of the legendary Chinese band Glamorous Pharmacy (美好药店, Meihao Yaodian) performed exclusively for us in Beijing in 2002. China between the middle '90s and early '00s became one of...
The Macao Museum of Art (MAM) under the Cultural Affairs Bureau of the Macao S.A.R. Government participates for the sixth time as Collateral Event in the ‘International Art Exhibition - La Biennale di Venezia’ in the name of ‘Macao,...
Dragons are a typical subject of Chinese art. Chinese dragons are mythological creatures in Chinese folklore. They symbolize good luck, strenght and power, and control over water elements such as rainfall, floods, and typhoons. Dragons play an important role in Chinese...
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