Art, Film

Lola Quivoron

I am always fascinated by independent short films. And last November, I was lucky enough to meet with French director Lola Quivoron, whose film,  Son of the Wolf was nominated for the award European Short Film 2015. Lola Quivoron was born in Paris. In 2012, she entered the Film Directing Department at La Fémis. She also practices […]

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Art, Fashion

Parisian Flaneur In Shanghai Hermès Exhibition

  What would you think of Paris? There were not only terrorist attacks in my mind during the years I used to live in Paris, but also there existed the most elegant, romantic, fashionable, and artistic sense of historical and modern culture. I still remember those Parisian films I chased when I was young, The […]

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Art, Lifestyle

Tucho: East, West, Tradition, Modernity And Surprises

A glass of sangria, embracing the love of the whole summer, maybe I should also have been looking forward to something. Sangria always reminds me the old times in Barcelona. To many people, Barcelona’s first impression is from the love comedy movie directed by Woody Allen, Vicky Cristina Barcelona, leading by Scarlett Johansson, Rebecca Hall […]

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Adriaan Rees And His Beloved Land Of China at ArtCN Gallery

In this April, ArtCN Gallery, in cooperation with the Consulate General of the Kingdom of the Netherlands, is pleased to present “Hidden Sceneries – Floating Memories”, a unique exhibition that brings together for the first time the work of Brigitte Spiegeler and Adriaan Rees. When I returned to ArtCN last night, Adriaan Rees’s work attracted […]

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A Bit Of Discontent In The Real Charlie

I am not a quiet person. Most of the time I am complaining about the boring life in Shanghai, because it is not such a kind of life that makes me feel full of passion and somehow make people jealous about the rogue-like life time in Paris.  Rush for Love, Pont Alexandre III     […]

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