Art and Culture


So, you want to stay in Shanghai after you graduate? Sorry, but ...

IT’S that time of year again. Foreign degree students are starting to hand in their final graduation theses. Some will want to stay and work in China, but most won’t have prepared and will be going home ...

April 13, 2019, Saturday


Entrepreneur unafraid to display his talents

WHEN 13-year-old Wang Keqiang was cycling 5 kilometers every evening to study painting, he never gave much thought to commerce, let alone that he would one day become the “godfather of window dressing.” The ...

April 13, 2019, Saturday


Vroom! Vroom! Formula 1 fans turbocharged

I was in primary school when Formula One’s Chinese Grand Prix debuted in Shanghai in 2004....

April 13, 2019, Saturday


Timeless majesty of Robert Fan’s theatrical masterpiece

THE Majestic Theatre was the last theater built during Shanghai’s “lonely island” period when the international settlement was surrounded by Japanese-occupied territory from 1937 to the end of 1941. When ...

April 13, 2019, Saturday


The Society of Chinese Architects

THE Society of Chinese Architects, which was organized last year by the local Chinese practicing architects, held its first annual meeting in the form of a dinner at the China United Apartment dining ...

April 13, 2019, Saturday


A dialogue on aesthetics of everyday life

TWO acclaimed international artists are showcasing a rare solo exhibition of their work at the chi K11 Art Museum. Chinese artist Zhang Enli and his Colombian counterpart, Oscar Murillo, have put their ...

March 30, 2019, Saturday


Polish virtuoso’s show explores complexities of art

A new exhibition project “What Was I?” by Goshka Macuga, with the support of Foundation Prada, is taking pride of place at Rong Zhai. Rong Zhai, restored by Prada and reopened in 2017, is a 1918 historical ...

March 30, 2019, Saturday


Chinese novelists blossom late overseas

THE Man Booker International Prize announced its long list of 13 novels recently, including Chinese novelist Can Xue’s 2013 novel “Love in the New Millennium.” It was published in English by Yale University ...

March 30, 2019, Saturday


Dinosaurs and polar explorers wow LitFest audience

THE LitFest at M on the Bund is in full swing. The week is chock-full of authors sharing their knowledge and experience about writing and have some exciting books to share with the public. The week includes ...

March 30, 2019, Saturday


Returning home to an unrecognizable cityscape

HELEN Zia’s mother left Shanghai in 1949 and did not return until well into her 70s. She had not spoken of her experiences for decades. Zia is an American author, activist, and journalist and is always ...

March 30, 2019, Saturday




 

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