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An all-rounder in the tools of cricket rearing

June 15, 2018

 

When shopkeeper Bai Zixiao talks about cricket equipment, he isn’t referring to bats, balls and wickets. His specialty is the ancient


On the beat: vetting foreigners in the city

May 18, 2018

 

Yu Shaohua, 34, spends a lot of his time hanging around bars downtown, but he’s hardly a barfly. Yu is an exit-entry police officer


Time for tea, kung fu style

April 20, 2018

 

YE Hanzhong does not like to be labeled a “master.” As heir to the national intangible heritage of the Chaozhou gongfu (kung fu) tea


A man’s crusade to protect vanishing art

March 23, 2018

 

WANG Shijun, founder of Shanghai Haipai Lacquerware Museum in Minhang District, shows visitors around with a passion hard to hide.


Antique furniture safe in this master’s hands

February 23, 2018

 

EDITOR’S note: Shanghai Federation of Trade Unions launched a project last year to single out front-line workers whose expertise, professionalism


A young florist with magic hands wins big

January 19, 2018

 

ROSES, balloon flowers, gerbera daisies — flowers of different shapes and colors dance on his fingertips, like jewels waiting to adorn


Chop seller enters the ring to prove that boxing is an art

December 08, 2017

 

PEOPLE living in a community inspired by Confucius theory, especially in China, will regard boxing as a violent sport that most of


Filmmaker masters ink-wash painting skills

November 10, 2017

 

IN the 1980s, filmmaker Xia Zhenya shot to fame with a three-part documentary titled “The Art Masters in Shanghai.” The documentary,


Adding some razzle and jazz to pingtan

October 13, 2017

 

WHEN Gao Bowen first attended a training class launched by the Shanghai Pingtan Troupe as a ninth grader, there were 10 students. Within


At 95, actress Qin Yi still in the spotlight

April 07, 2017

 

STANDING by a grand piano, 95-year-old actress Qin Yi recited “Lu Ma’s Monologue” from Chinese dramatist Cao Yu’s famous work “Thunderstorm”


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