De zoetzure smaak van dromen is het debuut van Sun Li, waarin zij haar familieverhaal met een Chinees restaurant beschrijft. Hoe is het om als Chinees in Nederland op te groeien? Wat is hierin de rol van Chinees restaurants? Hoe ziet Nederland er uit vanuit de doorgeefluik? Luister naar het interview met Sun Li.
The Little Snowman’ have achieved success in Amsterdam in 29th of December. It is the first children’s drama which has been conducted by Zhong Bei Yuan theatre (ZBY) in China and the Twee-ater Foundation in the Netherlands.
The two-day conference ThingsCon was held in Amsterdam. The event attracted experts on the Internet of Things (IoT), software developers, (industrial) designers, entrepreneurs and enthusiasts from all over Europe.
David Li, the founder of the Shenzhen Open Innovation Lab, was invited to give a lively lecture. David showed an interesting tour through Shenzhen, the world’s largest hardware production city: from the crazy electronic components street market, the explosive growth of the balance car, to France’s second-largest smartphone sales company Wiko. CRTV had the privilege of an exclusive interview with the person walking ahead of the new waves of the IoT & the connected-devises.
Where do the replicas of Van Gogh’s paintings you may buy at Museumplein come from? How do the painters paint these? What is their income per painting? Listen to CRTV’s interview with Haibo Yu, maker of the documentary China’s Van Goghs.
Do you belong to the second generation of overseas Chinese with parents from Hong Kong? Are you looking for opportunities in Hong Kong? Listen to the interview with Mr Chung-yuk of the Immigration Department of Hong Kong:
Interviews: Miki Dai, Photos: Menno van der Meulen
Chinese Canadian electronic music artist MIIIA has been weaving her unique blend of vibes at the forefront of Shanghai’s underground music scene since she settled down in this city. With a relentless passion for creation, she is continuously building a musical dream-world that grows from the studio into her on-stage performances. Countless party-goers have fallen for her talent and charisma; she is truly a leader of China’s current underground music movement.
Ju Percussion Group (photo by Martina Simkovicova/Muziekgebouw aan ‘t IJ)
Ju Percussion Group from Taiwan gave a splendid concert connecting East and West in Muziekgebouw aan ‘t IJ in Amsterdam yesterday. The group has played in 28 countries around the world, educated more than 130,000 percussionists through its own instruction system and commissioned the creation of as many as 214 pieces. Listen to CRTV’s interview with founder and artistic director Ju Tzong-Ching of the Ju Percussion Group.