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Interview with artist Hilda Shen

Artist Hilda Shen was born in 1954 in Minneapolis, United States. She received her B.A. in Music and East Asian Studies from Oberlin College, and her M.F.A. in Sculpture City University of New York, Queens College. Currently, she lives and works in Brooklyn and teaches at Parsons/The Newschool. Shen’s sculptures,...

Planet China vol. 06

Insights & Interviews with Artists, Writers and Thinkers. In this volume: Hao Wu, Badiucao, Margaret Sun, Elsbeth Von Paridon, Yafei Qi, Eric Fish, Zhang Yang, Hannah Li, Song Wen, Michael Pettis. Read the magazine:

The exhibition of Jisook Kim & Hilda Shen: Orogenies in New York

If you happen to be in New York before August 1st, you are welcome to stop at Orogenies, a double-exhibition event that promotes the works of the artists Jisook Kim and Hilda Shen. In the setting of FOU GALLERY, an apartment gallery, whose purpose is to offer a selection of...

Interview with Man-kei Tam, director of Amnesty International Hong Kong: what will happen next in Hong Kong?

We interviewed Dr. Mankei Tam (MK), director of Amnesty International Hong Kong about the recent protests against the extradition bill in China: what are the requests of the protestors, what are the political consequences of the demonstrations, what will happen in the near future. Since 2005, Dr. Mankei Tam (MK)...

40+ Chinese Movies, Anime, Documentaries to watch on Netflix, June 2019

Top Movies, Tv Shows, Anime, Documentaries from China, Hong Kong, and Taiwan available on Netflix. Read: 40+ Chinese Movies, Anime, Documentaries to watch on Netflix, June 2019Topic: chinese-movies-netflix

A conversation with Yafei Qi: generational gap, environment changes, social expectations

Yafei Qi - ⻬齐亚菲, born 1987 in Shijiazhuang, Hebei Province, China, lives and works in Berlin. She majored in Film and Video Art with a BA in China Central Academy of Fine Art and graduated with an MA in Fine Art from Bergen Academy of Art and Design in 2016.Her...

Interview with Hao Wu, director of ‘People’s Republic of Desire’ and ‘All in my family’

Hao Wu (吴皓, Wu Hao, born 1972) is a Chinese-American film director, producer and writer, director of People’s Republic of Desire, about China’s live-streaming phenomenon (links below) and the documentary ‘All in my family’, a Netflix Original Documentary launched globally in May 2019. Read the full interview: Interview with Hao...

Ordinary Life, portraying a Chinese Urban Village

A serie of panoramic portaits from an urban village in Kunming. Pictures were taken with a Horizon Kompact using a Lucky Charm film. Pictures by Dominique Musorrafiti.Portaits of Chinese people: A serie of panoramic portaits from China.This urban village was located north of Kunming, and was surrounded by new residential...

Lucky Charm Enchanting Your Eyes

Lucky Charm 200 ISO enchanting your eyes with natural gradation colors of the scenery! This color film, made by the Chinese brand Lucky Co., from Baoding City, in Hebei Province, is one of their best quality films.It is quite rare in some part of China, like Yunnan, but in other...

South of Clouds, documentary on Chinese Ethnic Minorities in Yunnan Province

South of Clouds (A Sud Delle Nuvole) is a documentary on the ethnic minorities of Yunnan, filmed and edited in 2002 by Dominique Musorrafiti and Matteo Damiani. Related articles: Yunnan guide , Dali guide, Nujiang guide, Lijiang guide, Honghe guideThe documentary is available in a newly remastered version.The documentary shows,...
 

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