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Coronavirus upstages the performing arts - Art & Culture in China
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Coronavirus upstages the performing arts

While organizing ticket refunds amid the outbreak of the novel coronavirus, some theaters in Shanghai are staying connected with loyal audiences through online platforms.
Luxury consumer brands fail in Year of the Rat product theme - Art & Culture in China
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Luxury consumer brands fail in Year of the Rat product theme

The rat is not as loved as other animals in the Chinese zodiac, therefore posing a great design challenge for big brands trying to market for Chinese consumers.?
Museums exhibit online to beat closure amid epidemic - Art & Culture in China
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Museums exhibit online to beat closure amid epidemic

With all Shanghai museums closed due to the novel coronavirus, local art lovers will be pleased to discover they can still get their culture fix online.
Special concert in Sydney strikes encouraging note - Art & Culture in China
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Special concert in Sydney strikes encouraging note

Shanghai Opera House President and conductor Xu Zhong was joined by some 50 musicians in Australia for a recording of "Ode to the Yellow River" meant to bolster his countrymen.
Celebrating with cake, paint and dragon dancing! - Art & Culture in China
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Celebrating with cake, paint and dragon dancing!

?Every town or community in Jiading has its own customs during the Spring Festival holiday. Follow Shanghai Daily reporter Li Xinran to see the special events in Jiading.
Guyi Garden wrapped in its winter clothes - Art & Culture in China
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Guyi Garden wrapped in its winter clothes

The pine trees and bamboo in the Guyi Garden are verdant, but the ginkgo leaves turn yellow from green. In the wind, the golden foliage is a vivid embellishment to the blue sky.
Chinese master a late developer - Art & Culture in China
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Chinese master a late developer

Wen Zhengming (1470-1559) was a leading Chinese poet, painter and calligrapher during the Ming Dynasty (1368-1644). The renowned scholar was a late bloomer.
Black tea maker keeps tradition alive in Longwu - Art & Culture in China
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Black tea maker keeps tradition alive in Longwu

An inheritor of making Jiuqu Hongmei operates a plantation in Longwu Town, while also working to maintain the sustain the local tea culture.
Suzhou Picture Exhibition's centenary celebration - Art & Culture in China
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Suzhou Picture Exhibition's centenary celebration

Holding a document art exhibition is always difficult. However, "Looking Back at Jiangnan" could buck that trend.
Exploring art history through altered carbon - Art & Culture in China
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Exploring art history through altered carbon

Pang Maokun's?solo-exhibition is showcased at the Long Museum West Bund under the title "Altered Carbon 2020: Pang Maokun."
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