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10.08.2017 — 459 views

Talk with World Leaders on China


“Talk with the World Leaders” is a serious talk show on the Phoenix Satellite Television featuring interviews of political heavyweights from around the world. In late June, hostess Fu Xiaotian publ...
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The Prince of Lanling : Modern Masks

This year marks the 110th anniversary of the introduction of European drama to China. Since the early 20th Century when Chinese playwrights began using drama as a tool to save t...
01.08.2017 — 411 views
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Teahouse Around the World

BPAT’s Teahouse is not only China’s but also the world’s.
01.07.2017 — 338 views
[Crossing Cultures: Indians in China ] Laxman Hemnani: A Taste of India

“I once met a consultant whose research says that in a lifetime, a person can switch between six different careers if they want to,” says Laxman Hemnani over a steaming bowl of ...
22.06.2017 — 314 views
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[Books]Colorful China:Recording History Across Three Decades

This book includes 445 works carefully selected from tens of thousands of photos taken by 80-year-old Chinese photographer Weng Naiqiang, who vividly captured the great changes ...
22.06.2017 — 317 views
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16.06.2017 — 304 views

Hardly Child’s Play


95 Years Old Chinese movies for children appeared alongside the emergence of modern children’s literature in the country. During the New Culture Movement between 1915 and 1923, Chinese children gra...
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Cutting Out Space in Public Art

So few Chinese art enthusiasts know anything about Israeli art that David Gerstein, one of Israel’s most influential artists, has taken it upon himself to serve as a messenger b...
02.05.2017 — 245 views
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Yesterday’s Youth: Middle-school Students in the 1980s

For China, the 1980s was an era of many new introductions and concepts. During the decade, well-known photographer Ren Shulin visited many middle schools in Beijing to observe c...
14.02.2017 — 270 views
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Mariinsky’s China Month

Shanghai embraced one of Russia’s greatest operas on October 18, 2016, when Valery Gergieve, considered an “Arts Tsar,” staged the classic Queen of Spades, a masterpiece of the ...
14.02.2017 — 219 views
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Hidden Tibetan Buddhism in the Palace Museum

The Palace Museum (Forbidden City), an imperial palace of the Ming (1368-1644) and Qing (1644-1911) dynasties, is considered the pinnacle of Chinese palace architecture.
14.02.2017 — 226 views

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