Zhu Ying

Feature Reporter
'Unforgettable!' Fiddle collection on display - Art & Culture in China
Art & Culture

'Unforgettable!' Fiddle collection on display

The jinghu is a traditional stringed instrument in the huqin family, with a cylindrical soundbox covered in snakeskin. Jinghu is a principal melodic instrument in Peking Opera.

Lush lawn plaza hosts impressive line-up of outdoor performances - Art & Culture in China
Art & Culture

Lush lawn plaza hosts impressive line-up of outdoor performances

During this year's monthlong arts festival, more than 20 shows that are part of the Art Space series will be staged in the Shanghai City Lawn Music Plaza.
Painter captures unconventional artists' rustic life in portrait scroll - Art & Culture in China
Art & Culture

Painter captures unconventional artists' rustic life in portrait scroll

"Gaoyi Tu," created by Sun Wei, is believed to be the earliest one among the works with the same theme.
Museum a paradise for former director - Lifestyle in China
Lifestyle

Museum a paradise for former director

Chen Xiejun returns to his 'spiritual home' to tell Shanghai Daily how important the institution is in the life of the city and how it has evolved over time. 
The beauty of the imperfect and incomplete - Art & Culture in China
Art & Culture

The beauty of the imperfect and incomplete

Yang Jinmei has collected thousands of porcelain fragments, which are informative, allowing people to have a better understanding of their inner structures and materials. 
Tank Shanghai to host 'raw' acrobatic show - Entertainment in China
Entertainment

Tank Shanghai to host 'raw' acrobatic show

In "A Simple Space," performers will use themselves to the limit while also embracing the realities of weakness and failure.
Painting freezes moment in time - Art & Culture in China
Art & Culture

Painting freezes moment in time

Winter sports also thrived in the Qing Dynasty (1644-1911) as can be seen in silk painting "Bingxi Tu" – "Amusements on Ice" during the reign of Emperor Qianlong (1736-95).
International cooperation leads to mutual benefits - China Opinion
Opinion

International cooperation leads to mutual benefits

China has entered the third stage – continuing to learn, imitate and grasp knowledge from developed countries while boosting innovation.
Opening our eyes to spectacles of the past - Art & Culture in China
Art & Culture

Opening our eyes to spectacles of the past

Believe it or not, the precursors of spectacles can be traced back to the Eastern Han Dynasty (AD 25-220) in China.
Handscroll tells a sad love story - Art & Culture in China
Art & Culture

Handscroll tells a sad love story

Cao Zhi is seated beneath willows being fanned by his servants while the nymph departs, casting a sorrowful backward glance. 
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