30. 07. 2013

ARTIST: Morgan Wong – Filing Down a Steel Bar Until a Needle is Made – opening 6 September (London)

“This is no longer a singular work; it has evolved into a trilogy.” Morgan Wong Tintype is pleased to present Filing Down a Steel Bar Until a Needle is Made, a week-long performance by...

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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

A Jewish legacy draws to a close in North China

Hannah Agre huddled forlornly on a wooden chair in her small room, probably the last survivor of the European Jews who migrated to China. ”Give me death,” she said in Russian. ”Dress me...

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30. 07. 2013

Arts education in China can stimulate creative thinking

Arts and education groups roll out a plethora of innovative activities to keep children occupied and stimulated over the long summer break. But the programmes are often beyond the means of working-class families....

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30. 07. 2013

Sounding Sand desert in China – in pictures

The Getty photographer Feng Li tours Xiangshawan desert, also known as Sounding Sand, in Inner Mongolia, China. Xiangshawan is a tourist resort where sliding sands create a sound like that of car engines…...

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30. 07. 2013

Wang Bing’s thoughts on film

The Chinese documentary filmmaker attended the Taipei Film Festival earlier this month to share with local audiences his meditations on history and the lives that are sacrificed in the name of progress… http://www.taipeitimes.com/News/feat/archives/2013/07/30/2003568485

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