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CHINA AUTHOR’S TRAVEL / Beijing

We propose a non-classic itinerary, which combines two cities and four contemporary Chinese artists. 170 km and two hours drive connect Baoding and Beijing, two cities that are at the extremities of your trip to China. You too have put something special in things to admire in Beijing. Forbidden City and Summer Palace, Tiananmen Square, Great Wall and Temple of ...

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CHINESE LANDSCAPES – Beijing

The intellectual property of the images that appear in this blog correspond to their authors. The sole purpose of this site, is to spread the knowledge of these artists and that other people enjoy their works.

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NOTHING TO MY NAME – Cui Jian, Chinese songwraiter

His was a family of Korean musicians (trumpet father in an orchestra and mother dancer in a dance troupe). He started as a trumpeter and in 1981 he was admitted to the Beijing Philharmonic Orchestra. Born in Beijing in August 1961, he is considered the pioneer of rock music in China, and is also labeled as “the father of Chinese ...

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PLEASE DON’T CALL ME HUMAN – Novel by Wang Shuo

In his writing style, he focused on the “living language” spoken by ordinary people. He also used the Beijing dialect, which makes his works very lively. He grew up in a Beijing military complex, but his family is of Manchu origin. He has a huge cultural status in China, and has become a nationally celebrated author. He is a Chinese ...

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ANOTHER KIND OF NATION – Zhang Er

She was one of the featured poets in Qinghai Lake International Poetry Festival, at Xining. She is the author of multiple books in Chinese and in English translation. ZHANG ER was born in Beijing, and moved to the United States in 1986. She teaches at Evergreen State College, Washington.                                           The Chinese texts are presented in the original as well as ...

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LIU HONG YUAN (1976), CHINESE PAINTER

Her paintings look as if they are sculptured on the canvas LIU HONG YUAN 1/3 – She is a rare mixed media artist combining tradition and contemporary modernist trends. Her detailed works, consisted of every jewel worn by her lady, with the porcelains and fruit blossoms flowers on tables. This talented Chinese artist, was born in Baoding (Hebei Province). Her ...

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A MAGICAL LAND WITH MANY FORMS – Author’s travel in Rajasthan

There are places in Rajasthan where the walls of temples contain the enchantment of eternity. This is the land where you will also be able to follow the melody of a song, imagining you to walk on magical paths that rejoin the divine. Before leaving, we recommend that you know this part of India, through the creativity of Bindu Bhat ...

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INDIAN INNER LANDSCAPES / Rajasthan

The intellectual property of the images that appear in this blog correspond to their authors. The sole purpose of this site, is to spread the knowledge of these artists and that other people enjoy their works. There are places in Rajasthan where the walls of temples contain the enchantment of eternity. This is the land where you will also be ...

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LEARNING KEYBOARD AND PIANO – Rapperiya Baalam, Rajasthan’s songwraiter

He was born in 1992 at Dabla (district Sriganganagar, Rajasthan). After completing primary school, he moved to Jaipur in 2006 for secondary and college education, where he started learning keyboard and piano in 2012. Ashok Manda Bishnoi, better known by his stage name RAPPERIYA BAALAM is a songwriter. He became famous in 2014 with “Mharo Rajasthan” (a fusion hip hop ...

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AKHEPATAR – Novel by Bindu Bhat

She began her career as a teacher and later started writing in Gudrara and Hindi. BINDU BHAT is a short story writer, critic and translator. Her second novel Akhepatar, have awarded the Sahitya Akademi Award for the year 2003, and was published in 1999 and have been translated in several languages (including Hindi and Sindhi, Marathi, Rajasthani and English). She ...

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