Zhu Ying

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Art so minute you need a magnifying glass - Art & Culture in China
Art & Culture

Art so minute you need a magnifying glass

It's not just the tiny size of Yuan Yao's works that is captivating, but also the ancient philosophy he draws on to give his carvings a spiritual soul. 
Ancient 'Siku Quanshu' a lifetime of page turning Chinese history - Art & Culture in China
Art & Culture

Ancient 'Siku Quanshu' a lifetime of page turning Chinese history

How long would it take to read the "Siku Quanshu?"
Festival drops anchor at city's cruise terminal - Entertainment in China
Entertainment

Festival drops anchor at city's cruise terminal

The 2020 Simple Life Festival will feature a weekend of arts and music at the Shanghai Port International Cruise Terminal.
How to savor authentic Singapore cuisine - Lifestyle in China
Lifestyle

How to savor authentic Singapore cuisine

A Singapore restaurant with over 25 years of history was the first of its kind in Shanghai. It provides a simple and comfy ambience to sample the true taste of Singapore.
Theater Above to stage new production of 'The Village' - Entertainment in China
Entertainment

Theater Above to stage new production of 'The Village'

Written and directed by Stan Lai, the acclaimed play tells bittersweet stories of people living in Taiwan's military dependents' villages.
Artisan adorns plates, vases in delicate art - Art & Culture in China
Art & Culture

Artisan adorns plates, vases in delicate art

A porcelain carver turned back to generations of a family heritage skill to take up an ancient art form in his 50s.
From child prodigy to author of pioneering work of historiography - Art & Culture in China
Art & Culture

From child prodigy to author of pioneering work of historiography

"Zizhi Tongjian," or "History As a Mirror," is a pioneering reference work in Chinese historiography and the first extensive, chronologically organized history of China.
Producing food in tune with Mother Nature - Lifestyle in China
Lifestyle

Producing food in tune with Mother Nature

It's back to the soil for a Shanghai couple championing organic agriculture. They are sourcing and growing fruit, vegetables and even meat without chemical additives.
Farm trash provides an unlikely source of artistic creativity - Art & Culture in China
Art & Culture

Farm trash provides an unlikely source of artistic creativity

What farmers burn as slash becomes a treasure in the hands of one Shanghai artist. She turns wheat straw into iconic artworks sometimes laced with delicate Suzhou embroidery.
The perilous path traversed to protect ancient Buddhist sutras - Art & Culture in China
Art & Culture

The perilous path traversed to protect ancient Buddhist sutras

"Zhaocheng Jin Tripitaka" is recognized as one of four wonders of the National Library of China along with "Yongle Encyclopedia," "Siku Quanshu" and "Dunhuang Manuscripts."
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