Yao Minji

Chief Feature Reporter
Restaurant tables double up as desk workspace - Lifestyle in China
Lifestyle

Restaurant tables double up as desk workspace

A Shanghai-based Indian entrepreneur has launched a website enabling netizens to book a desk or a meeting space with guaranteed Wi-Fi and tea or coffee for economical prices.
Isaac Stern violin competition hits the right note - Shanghai Metro News
Metro

Isaac Stern violin competition hits the right note

The 3rd Shanghai Isaac Stern International Violin Competition, delayed for a year due to the pandemic, announced the six finalists on Sunday.
Fiddlers finally tune up for delayed competition - Shanghai Metro News
Metro

Fiddlers finally tune up for delayed competition

More than 100 applicants have been whittled down to 25 semifinalists from 13 countries and regions.
Meet the winners of the gold medal for sheer grit and inspiration - China In Focus News
In Focus

Meet the winners of the gold medal for sheer grit and inspiration

Age 30 is considered old in the realm of Olympics competition, but some athletes break that barrier and give heart to anyone feeling old.
Recognition of Olympic effort has changed over years - China In Focus News
In Focus

Recognition of Olympic effort has changed over years

I don't know if it could change the world, but it certainly changed me. On Thursday, I watched an entire table tennis match for the first time, also my first Tokyo Olympics match.
SSO to focus on Asian works and youth - Entertainment in China
Entertainment

SSO to focus on Asian works and youth

Shanghai Symphony Orchestra announced 102 concerts and events for the 2021/22 season spanning September to next July, with more to come.
Ethnicity doesn't determine musical talent - Art & Culture in China
Art & Culture

Ethnicity doesn't determine musical talent

For Asian musical artists, performance schedules disrupted by coronavirus aren't the only career bane. Many have had to battle discrimination in the classical music world.
Bridging East and West with sounds of Earth - Art & Culture in China
Art & Culture

Bridging East and West with sounds of Earth

Tan Dun put his "Earth Concerto" side by side with Schoenberg's rearranged chamber orchestra version of Mahler's "Das Lied von der Erde," creating a cross-century dialogue.
Swansong for summer music festival this weekend - Art & Culture in China
Art & Culture

Swansong for summer music festival this weekend

The MISA closing concert will feature the Cello Concerto No. 1 by Philip Glass and the Piano Concerto No. 2 in B-flat major by Johannes Brahms.
Upgraded hi-tech tweaks reinvigorate grand concert hall - Art & Culture in China
Art & Culture

Upgraded hi-tech tweaks reinvigorate grand concert hall

A new season of performances will embrace technology at 91-year-old Shanghai Concert Hall.
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