Dancer Cheng-Fang Wu captures the brilliant energy of Hong Kong, Art Basel and Art Week, spinning through an unexpected look at the city’s evolving art scene. Cut to a track by Beijing-based DJ Howie Lee. Full story and video here.
One of the largest and most ambitious art installations ever to grace Hong Kong was unveiled in November — but residents won’t be required to enter a museum to see it. They just have to look up. 31 sculptures of naked, anatomically-correct men made by British sculptor Sir Antony Gormley, appear across a kilometer stretch in the heart of the city.
49-year-old farmer Zhang Jishi lives in the remote Catholic village of Huangtugang, just off the newly built highway that aims to connect more towns and cities to Beijing. This profile was shot as part of That’s Beijing magazine’s Journeys Along the Seventh Ring Road interactive series. In just a few years time, Beijing’s latest urban expansion plan – the Seventh Ring Road, will pull over 100 million people of Hebei province into the city’s orbit.