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Liam Lee


Beijing-based Liam Lee re-presents old Chinese poems via designed characters. Above is his homage to Li Bai (also known as Li Po), one of China’s most famous poets. See more.

More on Concrete Flux


How are urban spaces in China causing the mixing and mingling of different desires and needs, of traditions and new trends? And what are the offspring of this merging together of so many diverse elements?

On 10 May 2014 from 16:00-19:00, Institute for Provocation (IFP) in Beijing will host the launch of Concrete Flux Issue 2: Hybridity and the City. Each attendee will make their own magazine, in their own desired order, from articles and works by writers, photographers and designers. The front cover will also be made by groups of attendees – don’t expect full control of your magazine. The unexpected exemplifies hybridity. Find out more.

The Night Watch Walking Tour


Catch the last few spots on this incredible walking tour:

"Join Beijing Postcards and Bespoke Beijing for this Limited Edition series of six night-time walking tours featuring never-before-published material and an exclusive post-tour exhibition. Tickets are sold on a first come, first served basis, so don’t miss out!” Find out more.

Emotional Spaces & Engaging Objects


The amazing Ab Rogers will be talking at CAFA on 5 May 2014 - not to be missed. Details via the flyer under the cut.

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CAFA Graduate Fashion Show 2014


Sixteen young, budding designers studying fashion design at CAFA staged a catwalk of their collections at 751 D-Park last week. We especially loved the no-nonsense, elegant pieces from Masters graduate Yang Xiaohan. See more via CAFA Art Info.

Meridian Space Beijing


Meridian Space is a new gallery, retail, and events zone located inside the freshly-built Culture & Creative Park at 77 Meishuguan Hou Jie. 77 C&C Park, as it is otherwise known, is an initiative of the Dongcheng district government, who have repurposed a group of buildings that were previously used as an offset printing factory into a cluster of film production, web design, and other creative industry offices. The center of the park is dominated by a theater space still under construction, which is due to open on 17 April 2014. Next to it, at the base of the print factory’s giant smokestack, is Meridian Space. Continue reading.

Image via SmartBeijing.