- If Marilyn Monroe were Asian ...
When South Korean Yoon Mi-yeon was little, she dreamed of having blond hair and blue eyes. Today as a photographer, she "crashes" contradictory images and puts blond wigs on Asian beauties.
- Visitors to military museum peak on 1st free entry day
The Military Museum of the Chinese People's Revolution had more than 12,000 visitors on its first free-of-charge day on Saturday, 10 times more than it normally receives daily.
- 'Isis and the feathered serpent' exhibition
 The exhibition is largest temporary display in the museum's history and will be open from February 28 to June 15.
- Mobile art on display in HK
British-Iraqi deconstructivist architect Zaha Hadid for Chanel's "Mobile Art" exhibition was held in Hong Kong's Central district February 26, 2008. Hong Kong, Tokyo, New York, London, Moscow and Paris are the stops of the international tour, exhibiting the works of 20 international contemporary artists.
- Britain to hold China Design Now exhibition
China Design Now, a major design exhibition, will be held at the Victoria & Albert Museum (V&A) in London from March 15 to July 13, it was announced here on Tuesday.
- Mirror art exhibition opens
- Four city museums to offer free entry in March
Four museums and memorial sites in Shanghai will start a trial next month to offer free entry, Oriental Morning Post reported today.
- China's biggest seashell center opens
China's largest seashell exhibition center opened in Harbin, capital city of the northeastern Heilongjiang Province, on Thursday.
- Picasso exhibitions at Madrid's Reina Sofia museum
Two women look at a painting by Picasso at Madrid's Reina Sofia museum February 4, 2008. Madrid's Reina Sofia museum is about to open one of the most extensive Picasso exhibitions ever as it hosts works on loan from the National Picasso Museum in Paris to add to those already on view in the Spanish capital.
- Museum of mah-jong and tea culture to open in Chengdu
Picture taken on Feb. 1, 2008 shows a box of mah-jong displayed in a museum in Chengdu, capital of southwest China's Sichuan province.
- China mugs: Porcelain and people
Once upon a time, and not so long ago, nearly every Chinese used a porcelain mug. Now some are collectibles and they evoke "red memory."
- Buddha belly
Regong Art from Qinghai province unfolds a colorful world with hundreds of Thangka paintings, murals, embroidery works and sculptures at the World Art Museum until February 13. On display are not only the precious collections contributed by the local temples which were handed down from the Ming and Qing dynasties, but also the works by contemporary Thangka artists.
- Art is popping up all over town
Many people find that art is distant and irrelevant to their daily lives. So every single day this year, a people-friendly art and cultural event will pop up somewhere in the city.
- City needs art museum like Louvre
The Shanghai Exhibition Center should be transformed into an art museum to rival the Louvre in Paris, nine members of the city's advisory body said yesterday.
- Art channel for ex-anchor
Who needs art school? Two years ago ex-TV anchorman Cheng Di picked up brushes for the first time and painted for emotional release. Now he has a solo show at Xintiandi.
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