Tan Weiyun

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Sculptor's premiere a homage to US singer - Art & Culture in China
Art & Culture

Sculptor's premiere a homage to US singer

French sculptor Xavier Veilhan premieres his first solo exhibition "Channel Orange" in China at Perrotin Shanghai.
After 90 years, Warrior still running strong - Art & Culture in China
Art & Culture

After 90 years, Warrior still running strong

Warrior shoes, or Huili, China's first homegrown athletic shoes at an affordable price, have tramped through the ages, survived the tumultuous 20th century and lives on today.
Top brands strut their latest lines - Lifestyle in China
Lifestyle

Top brands strut their latest lines

The energy of the young colors collections by Shang Xia, Swatch and Jimmy Choo
The rise and rise of five-star hotels - Lifestyle in China
Lifestyle

The rise and rise of five-star hotels

Some 30 years ago most Chinese people had little experience of the luxury lifestyle enjoyed by tourists and the rich but today the city can boast a wealth of top places to stay. 
A 35-year journey of art exploration - Shanghai Metro News
Metro

A 35-year journey of art exploration

The solo exhibition "Duet" by Tan Ping, curated by art historian and critic Wu Hung, kicks off today at the Yuz Museum.
Celebrating the legacy of Ningbo business titans - Travel in China
Travel

Celebrating the legacy of Ningbo business titans

The Ningbo Bang Museum captures the stories of remarkable Ningbo entrepreneurs who helped build the nation and carried their mercantile skills to all corners of the world.
Japanese artist's challenging 'living beings' - Art & Culture in China
Art & Culture

Japanese artist's challenging 'living beings'

Japanese artist Izumi Kato is showcasing his new paintings, drawings and sculptures, as well as fabric installations – the artist's latest exploration, at Perrotin Shanghai. 
Finding his own language to express his art - Art & Culture in China
Art & Culture

Finding his own language to express his art

Contemporary Chinese painter He Jiaying's art exploration echoes the evolution of Chinese contemporary art over the past four decades.
Master artist who spilled blood for his art - Art & Culture in China
Art & Culture

Master artist who spilled blood for his art

Han Tianheng, one of China's most respected living masters of seal carving, calligraphy and Chinese painting, picked up a carving knife at the age of 6 and never put it down.
Code of happiness and the Bird of the Sun - Art & Culture in China
Art & Culture

Code of happiness and the Bird of the Sun

Combining acrobatics, magic, dance and drama, the "Hundred-birds Dress" opens a world of wonders during the 12th China Art Festival.
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