The Chinese distinction between commercial and non-commercial art exhibitions is unique in its own way. Traditionally in the West, non-commercial exhibitions show art pieces by renowned artists and are available to the public.
A Selection of volumes from the Yongle Encyclopedia, the world’s largest ancient encyclopedia, of which only a small portion remains, are on display at the “A Magnum Opus Beyond Measure: Yongle’s Encyclopedic Enigma” exhibition at Nanshan Museum.
Various delicate old photos from countries along the Maritime Silk Road are on display at an exhibition in the Yuezhong Museum of Historical Images (MoHI).
Elegant porcelain wares from Liling City in Hunan Province, one of China’s three porcelain capitals, are on display at an exhibition in Nanshan Museum.
For Ye Honggang, frontman of the versatile Guangxi-based band Horse Gang, his native Liuzhou dialect — like food cooked by his mom — brings back warm, treasured childhood memories.
The latest “Urban Flesh and Bones” tour took us to the center of Futian and the city — Lianhua Hill Park and Futian CBD.