Echoes of Eternity, a powerful, moving exploration of love and loss, tells the tale of the romance between Emperor Xuanzong and Yan Guifei, his beloved imperial concubine – brought to life by the world-renowned Shanghai Ballet.
CFCCA is collaborating with a series of Chinese contemporary artists to explore the interrelationship between art and science
Meet Di Hui, an award winning acrobat from Harbin. Now 28, she arrived in Beijing aged 11 to join the China National Acrobatic Troupe.
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.
Susan Lok’s projects have ranged across installation, moving image, sound, performance and text, evolving out of interests in notions of nostalgia and aspiration, place and migration, translation and diaspora.
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.