Far from the conventional urban Chinese background, increasing public curiosity stumbles across the highly individual views of Shanghai's vibrant LGBTQ community.
Author: Elsbeth van Paridon -- China Fashion| Urban Culture Groupie
Yvan Deng Drops Contempo Catwalk Beats: The Reflection Of A New Nation
Art represents the Zeitgeist. When it comes to China’s younger generations, contempo fashion illustrations reflect the spirit of the society as much as they do the actual pieces on the catwalk.
About Mutual Visual Exposure: Laurent Hou Tells The Tale Of His Shaanxi Series
Photographer Laurent Hou explains, "People you photograph expose themselves and their way of life to you and your lens, but you too expose yourself to them." It's all about the vice versa of the visual arts.
Underground Crossover Collective Yeti Out: All Music, No Myth
Founded by brothers Arthur and Tom Bray together with Eri Ali, Yeti Out has become one of the best known DJ crews for youth nightlife and fashion marketing activations in Greater China.
China’s EDM Scene: The Pounding Sub-Bass Source That Sends Heads Spinning
Once a country dominated by pop (and though it still has a dominant position in the market), it seems China’s music scene is becoming more diverse. Rave 'n Roll!
From Sub To Super: The Socio-Politico Power Of China’s Artistic Underground Scene
Art is an integral in culture as it provides a deeper understanding of our emotions and self-awareness. Enter: China's underground artists.
SHIN! Youth: About Capturing China’s Brazen Post-95 Street Cult
SHIN! Youth street photography emphasizes the attitude and personality of China’s youngsters and urban trendsetters -- aka the post-95s.
China’s Urban Lingerie Movement And One Nation’s Exploration Of Femininity
Dolce & Gabbana once famously stated, “Lingerie is the maximum expression of a woman’s femininity” and in 2019, such mottos are coming to light across China’s first- and second-tier cities.
Beijing Photographer Ulysses Wu Does Not Conform To 2018. Bring On 2019
Lang Jingshan (郎靜山 in Chinese| August 4, 1892 – April 13, 1995) was the first Chinese photographer to take artistic nude shots. China's millennials have now taken up the torch.
China’s Tattoo Art: From Gender And Hip-Hop Taboo To Millennial Craze
Tattoos have been engraved in Chinese culture for a long time, yet for most of that history, they were stigmatized.