Ping An Financial Centre's Exclusive Arts & Business Party Review

By Sponsored, June 24, 2017

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An exclusive dinner party was held at Ping An Financial Centre on June 23, attended by hundreds of guests, including high-level representatives from PAFC Mall, all there to enjoy a supposedly “brilliant” combination of business and art.

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The venue for this event, for those not ‘in the know,’ is located in Futian’s CBD and is the world’s fourth highest building, standing at an impressive 600 meters. According to a press release, despite being made of “bricks and motor” (and presumably steel, we hope…), the building has been “designed to be full of life.”

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A number of special guests were in attendance at the event, including contemporary artist Zhou Li, who showcased 12 original works under the collection of ‘The Great Mother.’ 

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In addition, France-based pianist Gu Jieting, who has been described as Chopin's fourth generation successor, mixed Western classical music with the traditional eastern art of Qunqu Opera to “build an immersive artistic scene."



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