How a China-based Arts Collective is Growing Around the Globe

Follow Spittoon's journey from a hutong bar to a rapidly growing literary and arts community in the PRC and abroad.

by Ryan Gandolfo, 07 April 2021

This Week in History: When Andy Warhol Came to China

In late 1982, Andy Warhol and a small entourage were invited on a VIP trip to Beijing, the Forbidden City and Great Wall.

by Ned Kelly, 29 October 2020

Coffee Meets Poetry at This Starbucks Art Show in Guangzhou

Starbucks is far more than a coffee brand – also connecting underprivileged children with the world by showcasing their talent in poetry at a public art space.

by Sponsored, 20 December 2019

Illustrator Shuilam Wong Talks Art Collective Hole in the Wall

Born from the minds of illustrator duo Jinna Kaneko and Shuilam Wong in 2017, Beijing-based creative collective Hole in the Wall (HITW) has quietly been making a name for itself in the...

by Valerie Osipov, 05 December 2019

Hold the Door! We Spoke With Hodor About 'Game of Thrones' and EDM

This fall, the beloved Hodor is coming to the Middle Kingdom for a special performance in Hong Kong.

by Matthew Bossons, 01 August 2019

Understanding the Hand Gestures and Face Masks of Chinese Opera

A breakdown of some of the most notable hand gestures and face masks that appear in Chinese opera performances.

by That's Beijing, 27 June 2019

JP Candela on His Relationship with David Guetta and Touring in China

In the leadup to his March 16 concert in Guangzhou, we caught up with JP Candela to discuss international touring, David Guetta and more!

by Gary Bailer, 26 February 2019

CNY Deals: Save ¥40 on These Essential Books About China

Brush up on your China knowledge with these English-language books, on sale now.

by That's, 25 January 2019

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