With its story and characters inspired by one of China’s most influential modern writers, Eileen Chang, the play will examine the complexities of female roles.
It provides valuable insight into the state of Chinese culture, politics and society from the perspective of dynamic and engaging artists.
The notion of shadows in art will come into focus as part of an exhibition curated by a Birmingham City University academic that opens in Shanghai, China this week.
It is estimated that by 2025 China will have invested £105 billion + in British infrastructure, energy, transport but primarily in property.
As a Liberal Democrat candidate for the London Assembly, I am keen to ensure London stays a centre for the arts and creative industries. Our theatres, museums, galleries and sporting venues play a vital role in life in the capital and help make London a vibrant and attractive place to live, work and play.
xhibitors include: calligrapher Wang Dongling, ceramicist Caroline Cheng, furniture designer July Zhou, Song Tao, Wu Haoyu, WUU, Yang Design and Yuue.