17. 02. 2014

The future of museums in China

The hotel concierge had heard of neither of the museums I intended to visit that day. Not all that surprising, perhaps, until you consider the scale of the institutions in question. One was the Long Museum,...

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22. 01. 2014

Artist: WENJIE YANG: LAST SUMMER

Guest Editor Photographer Pixy Liao shares a week of comtemporary Chinese photographers… Wenjie Yang is a photographer currently based in Shanghai where she born and raised. In 2010, Wenjie graduated from the International Center of Photography...

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15. 01. 2014

INTERVIEW: Budi Tek on the New Yuz Museum in Shanghai

View Slideshow The exterior of the Yuz Museum, Shanghai. (Courtesy Sam Gaskin) First came the Power Station of Art, adapted from a building that previously generated electricity for a shipyard. Then there was the Xuhui...

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07. 01. 2014

In love with Pixy Liao

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07. 01. 2014

Artist: CHINA WEEK GUEST EDITOR YIJUN (PIXY) LIAO: FOR YOUR EYES ONLY

I am very grateful to photographer Pixy Liao for her contributions this week as China Week Guest Editor.  Today, I am featuring Pixy’s work to kick off a week of exploring Chinese photographers.  Her new...

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07. 01. 2014

Top 10 most attractive Chinese cities

Foreign expats have many choices when choosing where to live in China, but which city is themost foreigner friendly? This year, an annual survey called Amazing China listed top 10 mostattractive Chinese cities, the survey was participated by over 70,000 foreigners and is basedon four major indexes, namely policy environment, political environment, working environmentand living environment. Shanghai tops the list for the second year in a row with Beijing comingin second. For a city, what constitutes its attractiveness? As environment conditions worsen, how canChinese cities continue to wield their charm offensive? Raymond Zhou and Lance Crayon joinour discussion. See the film and article here: http://www.chinadaily.com.cn/culture/2014-01/07/content_17220489.htm

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