Hwang’s hilarious comedy about the misadventures of miscommunication explores the modern difficulty of doing business between East and West.
With neither artist speaking one another’s language, the only way they could communicate for an entire month was through painting.
Frances Ya-Chu Cowhig’s play is a new version of the ancient Chinese story, with Katie Leung playing the ghost of Dou Yi – falsely accused of murder and determined not to rest until justice is done.
Tingxin meaning ‘Courtyard of the Soul’ in the Chinese language – can be seen as an ode to her beloved water lilies through an exploration of light and colour.
The Study Day explores Chinese contemporary ink painting in general and in particular the paintings of the artist Liu Dan which are on display in the Chinese Painting Gallery of the Ashmolean Museum until the 26th of February 2017.
Snow in Midsummer is a contemporary re-imagining of an ancient and haunting story, one of the most famous classical Chinese dramas.