Category Archives: China


30 Oct 2017

TWB e-letter

Dear reader, The Africa Centre is now accepting applications for its 2017 Artist In Residency (AIR) Programmes. We are offering residencies in Australia, Brazil, Spain, Italy and the United States. Mid – Late Career Artists interested in the Rockefeller Foundation Bellagio Center residency in Italy can read...

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9 May 2014

First cultural mobility experiences for European artists and cultural professionals in China

First cultural mobility experiences for European artists and cultural professionals in ChinaOn the Move, the cultural mobility information network, launches its new online publication First cultural mobility experiences for European artists and cultural professionals in China: a repertory of web-links, developed...

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21 May 2013

Punks’ Carnival | TCG Circle

http://www.tcgcircle.org/2013/05/punks-carnival/ Punks’ Carnival To give context to the difficulty of translating Punks’ Carnival, we need to look at its germination.  Originally, Punks’ Carnival started with Meng Jinghui, the final author and original director, and his company of actors.  Social criticism...

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19 Oct 2011

Seeking masking specialist to lead a workshop in Shanghai

Concordia International School Shanghai is hosting a workshop for international high school students from across Asia in Shanghai at our private school from Feb 21 – Feb 25. The festival will bridge the gap between Greek theatre masking and modern physical...

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2 Mar 2011

Contemporary Chinese Theatre: Martin E Segal Theatre Center

http://web.gc.cuny.edu/mestc/events/s11/chinese-theatre.htmlSpring 2011 SeasonUS TheatreInternational/World TheatrePublications for the TheatreScreeningsPEN World Voices Festival International/World Theatre CalendarMar. 21Contemporary Chinese Theatre Apr. 6Contemporary Black-British Playwriting May 16Blasphemy in Spanish Theatre: de Haro June 6TeatroStageFest/Chilean Theatre on the Edge June 23Contemporary Austrian Theatre: Palmetshofer Events > International/World Theatre > Contemporary Chinese TheatreContemporary Chinese Theatre: Faye...

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27 Mar 2009

TIBET DOES NOT EXIST in NYC

 TIBET DOES NOT EXIST Genre: Comedy, Drama By Don Thompson, Directed by Pamela Butler A exiled Tibetan Lama becomes an uncomfortable house guest for a Yale economics professor, who, along with his cynical colleagues, do not quite know what to think of the...

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7 Aug 2008

Artists to Outnumber Olympic Athletes in Beijing

Artists to Outnumber Athletes in Beijing ARTINFO, 8/6/2008 "For every athlete competing in the Olympic games in Beijing, there will be two artists performing or showing work, reports Bloomberg. According to the Chinese Ministry of Culture, the country has invited...

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26 Mar 2008

China – US Cultural Exchange 2007-2009

Chinese culture thrives in U.S. People's Daily Online (China), 3/21/2008 "The governments of China and the United States have renewed an Accord for the Implementation of Cultural Exchange for the period of 2007 to 2009. The cultural accord recommits both...

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24 Jan 2008

Online Information: CyberStage Taiwan

CyberStage Taiwan

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18 Jan 2008

Educational Organizations: Hong Kong Academy for the Performing Arts

Hong Kong Academy for the Performing Arts is one of the leading institutes of higher arts education in Asia. It provides professional education, training and research facilities in the performing arts, theatre and entertainment arts, film and television

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18 Jan 2008

Councils, Foundations, Institutes: The Asian Cultural Council

The Asian Cultural Council is a foundation supporting cultural exchange in the visual and performing arts between the United States and Asia

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17 Jan 2008

Seven

by Yat Yao In an apartment, real estate agent Mr. Wong found a video tape left behind by the previous tenant. He was curious about the content of it. Later that day, he realized that in the tape, the tenant was...

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17 Jan 2008

The Raped A.N.T.I.

by Zhang Xian After the king raped A-N-T-I, the daughter of the former king, something unexpected takes place. The woman, whose clothes were taken off by force, refuses to put on her clothes again. She remains naked one hour, two hours,...

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17 Jan 2008

Alive in the Mortuary

by Candace Chong Mui Ngam  It is inspired by stories from volunteers of Medecins sans Frontieres, Alive in the Mortuary probes the struggle of a Hong Kong surgeon in Angola who is strapped in the mortuary of a temporary hospital due...

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17 Jan 2008

The French Kiss

by Candace Chong Mui Ngam After a romantic evening, Michelle, Macro’s secretary, lodges a complaint and Macro is arrested by the police and charged with sexual harassment. This incident ends Marco’s career as a pastor and ultimately costs him his faith. Five...

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17 Jan 2008

Shall We Go to Mars?

by Candace Chong Mui Ngam In Mong Kok, there is a quiet “dog-walking” street in where dog-lovers walk their pets every evening. One day, Jimmy, an old man suffering from terminal cancer, comes to the street. He brings along with him...

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