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Shanghai's Power Station of Art opened earlier this month after less than a year of reconstruction and planning

New Museum Construction In China: Too Much, Too Soon?

The blistering pace of new museum construction in China, which has only intensified in recent years, has some asking whether the country's new cultural venues are filling a long-ignored absence or are "too much, too soon."

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Radical Design Week brings together innovators from both countries

Finland & China Strike A Bond With Radical Design Week 2012

Finland and China come together starting this Friday with the launch of Radical Design Week 2012, a ten-day exposition of Finnish future-oriented design and innovation in Shanghai.

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Rabbithole Coffee and Roaster was founded last year

10 Minutes With…HK Slow-Brew Coffee Evangelist Mike Fung

Hoping to dig deeper into Mike Fung's coffee obsession, Jing Daily recently spoke with the Rabbithole founder about his company, the challenges of introducing a traditionally tea-drinking city to good coffee, and the burgeoning food and beverage revolution that he and others are starting in Hong Kong.

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Event Watch: Shanghai Global Sustainability Jam (November 2-4)

From November 2 - 4, the Global Sustainability Jam will once again whip the world into a creative frenzy, gathering designers, artists, architects, experts and product designers to solve a specific sustainability issue in just one weekend.

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Beijing Design Week will run from September 28-October 6

Event Watch: Beijing Design Week 2012

Running from September 28 through October 6, the second annual Beijing Design Week looks to be bigger and better than last year, with enough discussions, forums and open studio projects to please even the most design-obsessed.

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