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But Always
Contemporary romance starring Hong Kong actor Nicholas Tse is packed with high drama but lacks the matching emotion
09.28.2014
Fireworks
Johan Creten's sculptures offer a dazzling play between deliberate clumsiness and Baroque ostentation
09.28.2014
A Chinese Dream in America
As China's sphere of cultural influence grows overseas, the country's international image may be helped by investment in education institutions
09.28.2014
A Five-Minute History of Hong Kong
Citizen participation in Hong Kong is not a new phenomenon but rather, extends from a consciousness which emerged during its time under colonial rule
09.21.2014
Aquarium
Playful yet compositionally clearcut, Zhou Hongbin's digitally manipulated photographs figure as uniquely unsettling narratives for trapped states of being
09.19.2014
Fighting for Breath
The human cost of environmental pollution is highlighted through stories of cancer sufferers in the villages of northeast Sichuan Province
09.19.2014
Rules and the Ruler
Intertwined in the historical narrative of anti-Japanese resistance is how the construction of a modern state eventually took hold
09.13.2014
The Ten Thousand Things
Art history scholar John Spurling tells the story of a Yuan Dynasty artistic master set against the backdrop of the era's the tumultuous times
09.12.2014
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