In a post for The China Story, the University of Sydney’s David Brophy describes...
by Sophie Beach | Sep 1, 2008
The New York Times reviews Zen Shaolin, an artistic extravaganza performed outside in Henan Province: For those who were dazzled by the opening of the Beijing Olympics earlier this month, that ceremony had its roots in shows...
by Liu Yong | Jul 30, 2008
From Reuters: As a young ballet dancer, Zhao Ruheng would traipse across the Chinese countryside performing a carefully selected repertoire to factory workers and peasants and do her bit for the now notorious cultural...
by Liu Yong | Jul 25, 2008
From The International Herald Tribune: Clad in knee-high leather boots, spandex shorts and a sports bra, Xiao Yan struck a pose two feet off the ground, her head glistening with sweat and her arms straining as she suspended...
by Alison Satake | Feb 21, 2008
In Beijing, where one million people are disabled, only seven percent have gainful employment and few have promising futures. However, a performance troupe of 88 deaf and disabled dancers, musicians, and artists are succeeding...
by Xiao Qiang | Nov 18, 2007
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