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Texan Lance Crayon, in China since 2009, has produced a documentary film exploring the tiny street art scene in China, where graffiti is surprisingly
Former Fulbright scholar Colette Fu has been constructing pop-up books for the past decade. She has designed pop-ups for award-winning stop motion
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This year at the biannual Italian art festival, the Venice Biennale, the audience will see the clash between two faces of contemporary Chinese
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