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Australian composer Brett Dean wants Hongkongers to open their minds at chamber music festival

The composer in residence at this month’s Hong Kong International Chamber Music Festival will see six of his compositions played, and hopes to show audiences how to appreciate new music

11 Jan 2017 - 5:41PM

The composer in residence at this month’s Hong Kong International Chamber Music Festival will see six of his compositions played, and hopes to show audiences how to appreciate new music

Australian composer Brett Dean wants Hongkongers to open their minds at chamber music festival
Sydney Dance Company and the Australian Chamber Orchestra come to Hong Kong

Expect something incredible when Sydney Dance Company and the Australian Chamber Orchestra appear together on stage at Kwai Tsing 

5 Nov 2015 - 6:01AM

Expect something incredible when Sydney Dance Company and the Australian Chamber Orchestra appear together on stage at Kwai Tsing 

Sydney Dance Company and the Australian Chamber Orchestra come to Hong Kong
Melbourne comedians stock up on Hong Kong jokes for show at Fringe Club

There's always a risk when you work a few local gags into a comedy act, but Melbourne International Comedy Festival Roadshow performers reckon they'll be all right.

15 Jul 2015 - 7:47PM

There's always a risk when you work a few local gags into a comedy act, but Melbourne International Comedy Festival Roadshow performers reckon they'll be all right.

Melbourne comedians stock up on Hong Kong jokes for show at Fringe Club
How violinist Sarah Chang fell back in love with Bruch concerto, which she'll play in Hong Kong

When Korean-American Sarah Chang takes the stage with the City Chamber Orchestra of Hong Kong on April 4, she will be performing a piece she learned as child.

12 May 2015 - 11:21AM

When Korean-American Sarah Chang takes the stage with the City Chamber Orchestra of Hong Kong on April 4, she will be performing a piece she learned as child.

How violinist Sarah Chang fell back in love with Bruch concerto, which she'll play in Hong Kong
Afraid of your teenager? Some tips for winning the battle of wills
Yang Fudong's Australia exhibition marks a move into digital filmmaking

Deep in a dark Melbourne basement, far beneath downtown Federation Square, the video installations of renowned Chinese contemporary artist Yang Fudong play in a loop. It's an exhibition that Yang hopes will help stimulate new opportunities for China's up-and-coming artists to show their works to the world.

20 Jul 2018 - 2:54PM

Deep in a dark Melbourne basement, far beneath downtown Federation Square, the video installations of renowned Chinese contemporary artist Yang Fudong play in a loop. It's an exhibition that Yang hopes will help stimulate new opportunities for China's up-and-coming artists to show their works to the world.

Yang Fudong's Australia exhibition marks a move into digital filmmaking
Chinese-Australian film director Tony Ayres thrills to the chase

Macau-born filmmaker Tony Ayres focused on racial and personal identity in his earlier work, but he's branching out with a thriller, writes Sue Green.

26 Jan 2015 - 11:12AM

Macau-born filmmaker Tony Ayres focused on racial and personal identity in his earlier work, but he's branching out with a thriller, writes Sue Green.

Chinese-Australian film director Tony Ayres thrills to the chase
British artist David Shrigley's humorous works go down well in Australian exhibition
Postcard: Melbourne
1 Nov 2014 - 11:11PM
Postcard: Melbourne
OzAsia Festival builds bond between South Australia and sister state Shandong
Australian Ballet takes risks to draw young audiences

The ensemble is ensuring its continued success by grooming a new generation to attract younger audiences, writes Sue Green.

24 Aug 2014 - 7:13AM

The ensemble is ensuring its continued success by grooming a new generation to attract younger audiences, writes Sue Green.

Australian Ballet takes risks to draw young audiences
Postcard: Melbourne
24 Aug 2014 - 9:26AM
Postcard: Melbourne
Melbourne-based comedian Ronnie Chieng is unsure about using race jokes in Asia

Malaysian-born stand-up comedian Ronny Chieng faces a dilemma: does he offer the race-based humour audiences expect from a Chinese comedian, or does he take a more sophisticated approach?

2 Jul 2014 - 11:19PM

Malaysian-born stand-up comedian Ronny Chieng faces a dilemma: does he offer the race-based humour audiences expect from a Chinese comedian, or does he take a more sophisticated approach?

Melbourne-based comedian Ronnie Chieng is unsure about using race jokes in Asia
Book review: The Empress Lover, by Linda Jaivin

On June 4, the 25th anniversary of the government crackdown on student protesters in Tiananmen Square was marked around the world.

22 Jun 2014 - 12:17PM

On June 4, the 25th anniversary of the government crackdown on student protesters in Tiananmen Square was marked around the world.

Book review: The Empress Lover, by Linda Jaivin
Stand-up comic excited by mainland comedy potential
Xiaolu Guo explores the nature of identity in new novel

For Xiaolu Guo, writing poses a constant challenge: containing the philosophical ideas which interest and preoccupy her in narrative form.

16 Jun 2014 - 9:41PM

For Xiaolu Guo, writing poses a constant challenge: containing the philosophical ideas which interest and preoccupy her in narrative form.

Xiaolu Guo explores the nature of identity in new novel
The Sydney Symphony Orchestra will tour China in summer, continuing its relationship with the mainland
Sydney exhibition tells the Chinese story
Sydney police crime photos from 1950s and 1960s make for an intriguing exhibition
Postcard: Melbourne
16 Feb 2014 - 6:47PM
Postcard: Melbourne
Pianos begging to be played in Melbourne streets
Artist Cai Guoqiang returns to nature for Queensland exhibition
Chinese director Jia Zhangke lets his characters vent their rage in latest film

When Jia Zhangke’s latest film, A Touch of Sin, was released, critics were shocked. What happened to the sedate, somewhat meditative pace  of his earlier works? And why the extreme violence?

19 Nov 2013 - 8:59AM

When Jia Zhangke’s latest film, A Touch of Sin, was released, critics were shocked. What happened to the sedate, somewhat meditative pace  of his earlier works? And why the extreme violence?

Chinese director Jia Zhangke lets his characters vent their rage in latest film
Sound and vision
27 Oct 2013 - 4:36PM
Sound and vision
Colleges give the hard sell for hard cash
Face that launched a thousand stickers
Agency dumped over advert
12 Jan 1993 - 12:00AM
Agency dumped over advert
China-born candidate to battle for senate seat
Keating: an old pals' act
25 Mar 1993 - 12:00AM
Keating: an old pals' act
Arena of change arrives for telecoms