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Flashback 1980s China

These pictures are the photographic art works around the 1980s in the last century, reflecting the simple but colorful living status of Chinese in countryside. With the passing of years, these scenes will disappear in our future life.   Chinese girl with corn

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World Famous Dongtai Hair Embroidery

  Dongtai Hair Embroidery Qingming Festival by the Riverside   Dongtai in Jiangsu Province is well-known both domestically and internationally for its unique hair embroidery. Hair embroidery is made with different stitch techniques (pinning, cutting, winding and rolling needle) by using human hair as the...

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The art of Chinese papercuts …

These perfect art papercuts come from China, and they are so subtle and beautiful.

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Public or Private? The Culture Clash in China

It is an absorbing paradox. How can China become a cultural, as well as an economic, superpower while simultaneously censuring its artists’ work? The answer, it seems, could be through private galleries and museums. While China’s economic rise is helping to finance a museum-building boom...

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Beijing’s proliferating graffiti art

By The Good Doctor It’s hard to miss the recent proliferation of graffiti in Beijing’s public spaces. The underpasses, bridges, and neighborhood walls have been hit hard by the pandemic, and I’m not just talking about scrawled telephone numbers and advertisements (though you’ll see your...

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Liu Bolin: invisible man of China

Recently, Liu Bolin held an exhibition named “Hiding in New York City” in Eli Klein Gallery.(File photo/CRI) Recently the Chinese “body artist” Liu Bolin held an exhibition named “Hiding in New York City” in Eli Klein Gallery.  Through the use of his own body in...

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The art of abandoned corpse deceived the police

Covered with scars, a dead woman found in the train tracks, her shirts torn and lifted…a staff of Austria photo shop was scared, when he saw these terrible photos from a guest’s USB. And then he sent them to police, and Interpol alerted. After a...

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Shanghai home to China’s first liberal arts college

Linda Yeung of the South China Morning Post reports on a formerly cash-strapped private college in Shanghai that has reinvented itself to become the first liberal arts college in mainland China, with the goal of nurturing graduates who can think out of the box. Here’s...

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Arbor art

Students from Yangzhou University in Jiangsu Province display their “trees” made with recycled paper to commemorate China’s 34th Arbor Day that falls Monday. Photo: CFP

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Making the grade

Teachers at the China Academy of Art in Hangzhou, Zhejiang Province grade entry exams Sunday. About 90,000 students have submitted their 250,000 works for this year’s enrollment. Photo: CFP

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