Art and Culture


Lang Lang’s wife displays her own piano virtuosity in a first recording

German pianist Gina Alice Redlinger, 27, released her first single, “Träumerei,” from her forthcoming debut album “Wonderworld” last week. The new mother of a baby boy is perhaps better known as the ...

September 18, 2021, Saturday


New policies helpful to Beijing bookshops

AS a bibliophile, Li Suwan had long harbored a dream of running a bookshop. She realized that dream in 2018, beginning her career as a shopkeeper in downtown Beijing at the age of 36. “Bookshops should ...

September 18, 2021, Saturday


‘Reclusive’ artist of impressionist painting

WHEN artist Chen Junde (1931-2019) implemented his last canvas “Forget-me-not,” he surprised viewers with his use of brilliant hues from blossoming petals and warm sunshine, especially given his extremely ...

September 18, 2021, Saturday


Strung out at work? Most are. A calming chat with Shanghai’s stress counselor

STRESS — we all know what it feels like, and each handle it differently. Be it thoughts speeding up or grinding to a halt, high blood pressure and low libido, or crying into a 2am delivery of Homeslice ...

September 11, 2021, Saturday


The New York fashion designer and her inner-city Shanghai apartment

FASHION designer Heather Kaye was able to convince her husband George to give up his job and move with her to Shanghai for a one-year stint back in 2006. A year later they bought a 135-square-meter apartment ...

September 11, 2021, Saturday


Docu series explores Luoyang’s rich culture

Shooting for the cultural documentary series “Twenty-four Hours in Luoyang” has recently begun in Luoyang and Xiangshan. Produced by the streaming platform iQiyi, the series focuses on the historical ...

September 11, 2021, Saturday


Classic Yueju Opera production returns to city

YUEJU Opera’s “A Dream of Red Mansions” is a time-honored stage production of the Shanghai Yueju Opera Company. Created and debuted in Shanghai in 1958 by the opera company, it is one of the best-received ...

September 11, 2021, Saturday


Miró’s surreal works grace Shanghai

FEW people can resist the art created by Joan Miró (1893-1983), the Spanish painter, sculptor and ceramist. Probably one of the greatest artists of the 20th century, Miró conjured up a surreal world filled ...

September 11, 2021, Saturday


Creating a besieged world very unlike his own

ALTHOUGH Lu Yi’s exhibition is titled “Strange Tale from a Besieged Fortress,” Lu is never besieged in his own life. Featuring a group of acrylic on canvases and wall paintings, the exhibition runs at ...

September 11, 2021, Saturday


New rules hit the entertainment industry: Let’s take a closer look

THREE sets of new regulations have slammed China’s entertainment industries in just over a week, enforcing sweeping new rules that cover everything from gaming time restrictions for children to the “resolute ...

September 4, 2021, Saturday




 

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