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The Tang dynasty tomb, three series

The series aim is to reveal the essence of the ancient Tang and Ming dynasties by creating images of their tomb statuary. The statues...

RongRong & inri, Interview

RongRong & inri, the influential photographic husband and wife team who have shaped contemporary photography in China and beyond, were recognised for both their...

History and Images of the Mogao Caves Sanctuary in China

The Thousand Buddha Grottoes (千佛洞) form a system of 492 temples 25 km southeast of Dunhuang.The Mogao Caves along with Longmen Grottoes and Yungang...

About Pink Bed

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...

HE SEN: Projections of Women or Society?

As an art historian looking at the works of He Sen, I have been drawn in by the polished technique, sophisticated perspective, and sharp...

Transexperiences – A conversation between Chen Zhen and Zhu Xian

Zhu Xian: How time flies! Ten years passed in a flash. I remember asking you at the end of 1986 when you were about...

Interview: Xiao Rong, Brain Failure Frontman

Brain Failure is a legendary punk band based in Beijing. They played punk music since late 90s.Their singer, Xiao Rong, is the son of...

The Chinese Experimental Ink and Wash Seen from the Angle of the History of Art and the History of Ideology

The academic contention about the problem of ink and wash which has gone on for almost a century and the unceasing innovation of ink...

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People who are strangers to liquor are incapable of talking about literature. Mo Yan

Author: Mo Yan. Origin: The Republic of Wine, chapter 3, pag. 25 “People who are strangers to liquor are incapable of talking about literature.” ― Mo...