Friday, March 6, 2015
By putting two Romanian beggars on display in their latest show, Swedish artists meant to raise questions about global inequality but instead find themselves accused of exploiting the poor.
The Middle East's first three-dimensional pavement art festival, starring works by international artists that appear to rise from the ground, kicked off this week in Dubai, its organizers said.
A sculpture of a strutting horse skeleton was unveiled in London's main Trafalgar Square on Thursday — wearing a London Stock Exchange prices ticker in an allusion to the City's financial power.
Taiwan's National Theater and Concert Hall (國家音樂廳), known for its traditional Chinese imperial design, has appeared on a list of the world's best concert halls on the website of The Telegraph, a British newspaper.
Video game makers are being lured into virtual worlds in the hope players will dive in behind.
Thursday, March 5, 2015
Tena Stivicic was still buzzing a day after winning the oldest and most prestigious playwriting prize for women with her sweeping play about four generations of women growing up in Croatia after World War II.
Zhizie Wu has come a long way since he first sipped — or rather chugged — a glass of wine. Back then it was mixed with soda.
The investigative documentary “Under The Dome” (穹頂之下) presented by former Chinese state-owned CCTV journalist Chai Jing (柴靜) has taken the Internet by storm, receiving millions of views and comments by netizens since it was originally posted on Feb. 28., 1 Comment