Shanghai’s first outdoor theater made from recycled materials with a national patent will open to the public with an original Chinese musical.
Visitors are flocking to Shanghai’s Jinshan District, a new Mecca for seafood lovers.
Summer is often called a “golden harvest season” for films, as many new productions are being squeezed into the 2-month holiday and the business is ever flourishing.
The well-known Russian State Ballet will present the “Swan Lake” to ballet lovers in Shanghai.
Visiting this exhibition is an experience akin to entering a labyrinth, as everything inside is dark except several flickering screens on the wall.
Nearly 500 archeological objects are display at Shanghai Museum. The exhibition aims to trace the origin of the civilization of Shanghai in the past 6,000 years.
Nearly 800 artworks ranging from ancient ink-wash paintings and calligraphy to ancient porcelain and jadeware will go under the hammer at the 2014 Hosane Spring Auction at Shanghai Portman Ritz-Carlton Hotel on Thursday.
Outdoor music for many tastes — classical, traditional, pop and jazz — will fill the air on both sides of the Huangpu River from July 4 to 18.
Tim Robbins, the Oscar-winning actor, brought a production of William Shakespeare’s “A Midsummer Night’s Dream” to the National Center for the Performing Arts in Beijing.
A solo exhibition by young artist Yang Kai titled “In-between” is currently on display through July 15.
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