Tag: culture

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Finding the Bicycle

Yiran Chang is in pursuit of the oldest bike store in Beijing which can be traced back to the end of Qing dynasty.
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Sculptures Made from Reclaimed Elevator Cables

These pieces scattered from 36 to 39 Broadway, ranging up to 10 feet in height and up to 3,500 pounds in weight.
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Sui to Tang’s Chinese Buddhist sculptures

There are over 40 Chinese Buddhist sculptures exhibiting at Throckmorton Fine Art. The sculptures range from Sui to Tang, dating from the Sixth to...
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Fold: Golden Venture paper sculptures

“Fold: Golden Venture paper sculptures” is now on display at the Museum of Chinese in America. The exhibition tells a visual story of...
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Tenant Stories:Under One Roof

An exhibition entitled Under One Roof will be on displayed at the Tenement Museum in mid October. The exhibition tells stories of three families...
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Occupation Nation: Traditional Chinese Medical Clinic Owner

Having learned traditional Chinese art since he was a boy, Vincent Zhao continued painting over the years and has had many art exhibitions in...
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2017 OCA Hate Crimes Prevention Art Exhibit Opening

The 2017 Hate Crime Prevention Exhibit, an annual art exhibition hosted by the Organization of Chinese Americans-New York Chapter (OCA-NY), is currently on display...
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Chinese and Jewish Seniors Work Together for Art Projects

For elderly people, they need a way to stay connected to their social network. Engagement in the arts and culture provide a social, civil,...
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Close, But Not Touching

Located at the heart of SoHo, Bigger Code on Broome Street is a lifestyle store that combines fashion clothing with art exhibition in one...
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Playing Mah Jongg and Having Fun!

Introduced to Mahjong when she’s only 9 years old, Linda Feinstein fell in love with this game immediately and taught herself how to do...