Experts see professional biennials as a way to elevate the continent's defining contemporary artists, Xu Jingxi reports from Guangzhou. A telephone and a thick phone book were all that Zhang Qing was given to make China's first genuine biennial happen. "The 'make-it-work' magic was my enthusiasm for biennales and determination to win back the right from Western curators to judge and choose Chinese contemporary art," recalls the curator who was the chief organizer of the acclaimed Shanghai Biennial from 1999 to...Read more
China's air defense identification zone (ADIZ) in the East China Sea promotes "safety instead of danger, cooperation instead of confrontation", Chinese officials said in response to objections from Japan and the United States. China's Ministry of... Read more
Beijing says the US did not make the WTO required explanations China on Tuesday requested a consultation with the United States at the World Trade Organization regarding alleged misconduct by the US in 13 anti-dumping measures... Read more
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