Julie Curates China appears every Wednesday in Hoje Macau Ten Chinese idioms that will teach you more about China than any expert you are reading (Part 1.) 随时翻翻《红楼梦》(第一部分)   Dream of the Red Chamber is known as one of the best-selling books of all time. Written in the 18th century, it is considered a masterpiece […]

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  In memoriam of the May 4 Movement, aka the New Culture Movement (1910-present)   Julie Curates China appears every Wednesday in Hoje Macau When Cinderello puts his foot in the loafer, it fits perfectly? 水晶鞋与男人花   The story of Phyllis riding the great Aristotle dates back to the 13th century in German and French versions, but John […]

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Julie Curates China appears every Wednesday in Hoje Macau   The Fifth Novel: Feminism? Satire? Or simply porn? 重读《金瓶梅》      金瓶梅, Jin Ping Mei, or The Plum in the Golden Vase (also translated as The Golden Lotus) is a Chinese naturalistic novel composed in vernacular Chinese (Wu dialect) during the late Ming Dynasty (1368 – 1644).  It […]

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Photographer Filip Naudts is currently working with Europe-based Chinese writer/artist Julie O’Yang on a phiction – a photo-novel which is expected in September 2017.   “We have learned that the more we collaborate, the more we see our own work differently. To be new, fresh and alive! This is what our cultural pollination is about. […]

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Julie Curates China appears every Wednesday in Hoje Macau.  The most dynamic Chinese, ever (and the most tired) (限制) 中国人脑筋里的一件事   Guanxi關係means relationship. Simply: your network. Guan 關 means to close, closure; to imprison. But it also means a crucial location in the strategic sense, especially along the Silk Road. Xi繫 means connection, tie, correlation, an […]

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