05. 08. 2013

Shanghai in 1930s and 40s

Images of Shanghai in the 1930s and 40s… http://www.flickr.com/photos/10232046@N00/sets/72157603409089396/

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30. 07. 2013

China’s ‘Alcatraz of the Orient’

The “Alcatraz of the Orient”, a notorious British-built prison that was once the largest on Earth, is to be deactivated and turned into a giant business complex as part of Shanghai’s astonishing mutation...

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30. 07. 2013

ARTIST – An Te Liu (Taiwan-Toronto)

Born in 1967 in Tainan, Taiwan. Lives and works in Toronto.   Toronto-based artist An Te Liu is an innovative and incisive installation artist and sculptor whose work is influenced by his background:...

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30. 07. 2013

Permit lapse may ground construction of world’s tallest building in China

The plan to raise what would be the world’s tallest building in a dizzyingly fast time is in danger of not getting off the ground at all. According to reports in Chinese state...

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29. 07. 2013

Jean Nouvel wins National Art Museum of China competition

French architect Jean Nouvel has been officially declared winner of the competition to design the prestigious National Art Museum of China in Beijing, ending months of speculation… http://www.dezeen.com/2013/07/25/jean-nouvel-wins-national-art-museum-of-china-competition/

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29. 07. 2013

National Museum of China Entry / Jean Nouvel

Internationally known French architect, Jean Nouvel, was selected to design the new NationalArt Museum of China (NAMOC). He submitted the winning design in a competition that included architects Zaha Hadid and Frank Gehry. Hadid’s...

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