We May Have Met Before Contemporary Chinese photography

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Following the successful presentation in the Chinese cities of Shenzhen, Beijing and Shanghai of exhibitions put together by Foam, this autumn the museum will be staging We May Have Met Before, an exhibition of the work of seven contemporary Chinese artists, compiled by the internationally famous Chinese curator Feng Boyi, Liu Gang and Wang Dong. 

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Culinaire ontmoeting tussen Chinese en Nederlandse topkoks op Horecava 2016

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Wat wordt het culinaire resultaat als een Chinese én een Nederlandse topkok met dezelfde ingrediënten koken? Op de kookdemonstratie East Meets West laten topkoks Julius Jaspers, Ron Blaauw en Herman den Blijker dit samen met drie Chinese kookmeesters zien. Bezoekers kunnen zien waartoe andere technieken en kruiden leiden, en of de oosterse en westerse keuken alleen maar verschillen hebben of ook overeenkomsten. East Meets West vindt plaats op maandag 11 januari 2016, in het Aziatisch Paviljoen op de Horecava in RAI Amsterdam.

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Drongo language festival

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On Friday 25 and Saturday 26 September, the Jaarbeurs in Utrecht will host the fourth edition of the biggest language festival in the Netherlands and Flanders: DRONGO language festival.

There is no better place than the DRONGO language festival to become acquainted with the many possibilities that language and multilingualism offer, with a programme varying from the best ways to quickly learn a foreign language to tips and tricks on multilingual child-raising (including programmes for children and youths) and from a Business Meeting for everyone who deals with customers who do not speak Dutch to the newest developments in language technology. DRONGO language festival drew thousands of visitors in previous years, and this year will once again welcome great numbers of language enthusiasts and people interested in the function of language in daily life.

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One of Us Is On the Wrong Side of History!

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Light-box Xu Zhen

One of Us Is On the Wrong Side of History!, Xu Zhen (1977, China) focuses on the visual identity of Witte de With’s past exhibitions as well as its archive of posters. As such, this work brings to light not the artworks shown at Witte de With during the past twenty-five years, but rather the wording and design, which mediated them. The archive is read and revealed as a sprawling visual poem made up of fragments and traces of voices past. In the vein of his Metal Language series, Xu Zhen extracts fonts and layouts from their original contexts and reproduces them using metal chains.

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