Topics Results for: Appreciation  Found: 19 Results

An Interview with Surna 苏日娜 – Introduction Inner Mongolia Posted Jun 29, 2014 by Chinavine

Surna is a Ph.D advisor in the Folklore Program at Minzu University of China. Her research focuses on folklore studies of Chinese minority groups, and she has done work in this area for many years. Key points in her talk ...

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Food and Drink of Inner Mongolia – Introduction Inner Mongolia Posted May 25, 2014 by Chinavine

In June & July 2013, ChinaVine collected information on Inner Mongolian ways of life. Included in this research trip was an abundance of time with Inner Mongolia staples such as milk tea, cheese, yogurt, and boiled lamb. The photos in ...

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Inner Mongolia Posted Jul 24, 2013 by Chinavine

Genghis Kahn (1206-1227; known as Chinggis Khan in China) was the emperor of what would become the largest empire in history not long after he died. He accomplished this by uniting nomadic tribes in the northeast, and overtaking much of ...

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Lu Zhongmin 卢忠敏 – Gallery Zhejiang Province Posted Apr 3, 2013 by Chinavine

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Professor Chen Qinjian – Introduction Shanghai Province Posted Jan 26, 2013 by Chinavine

In the follow interview, Professor Chen Qinjian of East China Normal University in Shanghai states, “I have two main contributions to help understand and appreciate China’s cultural heritage. First is the exploration and research on the origin of Chinese culture. ...

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Streets of Jinan – Introduction Jinan City, Shandong Province Posted Jan 23, 2013 by Chinavine

Experience life in a traditional hutong neighborhood in Jinan City. Jinan is in the Shandong Province in the People’s Republic of China. This film was created by ChinaVine research partners at the Shandong University of Art & Design. The film ...

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AAD 252: Insole embroidery Posted Nov 16, 2012 by mmesplay

I loved looking at the embroidered work of these Chinese artists and it make me think about how fashion in shoes are like and unlike ours in the United States. Looking at shoes here in the U.S. a lot of ...

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Featured Expat Artist: Niko de la Faye – Interview Posted Oct 31, 2012 by CrystalRuth

1. Why and how did you choose to move your creative practice to China? I participated in the Shanghai eArts Festival in 2008 with the digital art collective Visual System. That was also my first visit to China. During our ...

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Featured Expat Artist: Niko de la Faye – Introduction Posted Oct 31, 2012 by CrystalRuth

Niko de La Faye is a French-born artist with a degree in Economics from the South-West of France. In 2003 Niko moved to San Francisco where he started exploring fine art initiatives. Niko has developed his art form across many ...

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Featured Expat Artist: Joey Foster Ellis – Interview Posted Oct 31, 2012 by CrystalRuth

1. Why and how did you choose to move your creative practice to China? I ended up here by fate in some sense. There is definitely a unique perspective we can all get from being in a new place. I ...

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