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Today, many Chinese women decided to not follow the old life paths of their mothers or grandmothers which is often to settle down at a young age. Instead, they make their own choices to pursue higher education degree, to compete for better job positions, and to travel abroad for adventures. However, if balancing between traditional and modern values or between Western and Chinese values is often the case, what are the issues these women might need to deal with? What are the experiences they could share with each other?
Listen to CRTV about life style of Chinese girls living abroad!
Door onze redacteur Marlous Scholten
Foto’s door He Chengjun
SAGA, waarschijnlijk de enige Korea-China-Japan muziekgroep, is bezig met hun Europatour. Hun motto is: ‘No Border’ – geen grenzen. Maar juist hun Europatour maakt de bestaande grenzen in de wereld pijnlijk duidelijk: de groep trekt gedwongen zonder hun Chinese derde groepslid van land tot land – Kevin heeft nog steeds geen visum gekregen. Het benadrukt de noodzaak van het initiatief.
What is the relationship between micro-blog Weibo and media policy in China Listen to the interview with Yuxi Nie, researcher at Leiden University!
Witte de With Center for Contemporary Art is pleased to announce its upcoming exhibition dedicated to the life and work of Dutchman Hans van Dijk (1946 – 2002). Dai Hanzhi: 5000 Artists outlines his seminal role in Chinese contemporary art. Van Dijk, whose Chinese name was Dai Hanzhi, was active as a curator, art historian and gallerist in China throughout the nineties. Though hardly known in the Netherlands, Van Dijk is still revered by Chinese artists today.
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Botanic Gardens Utrecht
21 November 2014 till 4 January 2015 (daily from 18.00 till 21.30)