Footwear tourism in Malaysia comprises a large portion of footwear exports that bring about $200 million annually to the country. MISF The 4th Malaysian International Shoe [...]
Collectors, scholars, and arts enthusiasts alike are poised to savor New York’s essential event for Asian art.
Michael Teller of TK Antiquities has handled thousands of ancient artifacts from China in the last 30 years and is serious about authenticating pieces.
The Art of Zhen Shan Ren is described as neo-renaissance and has associations with the European Renaissance of the 15th and 16th centuries.
To celebrate the arrival of the Terra Cotta Warriors in San Francisco, Stanford Professor Emeritus Albert E. Dien discussed their importance in a lecture on Jan. 26.
The artists strive to better themselves through the practice of Falun Gong, and that spirit is reflected in their art.
The artists wish to create true art through inner purity and a good heart that embraces upright moral principles.
Two children lean against a window while bridal photos are taken at a wedding.
New Commissioner, Sir Graham Bright, cut the ribbon of The Art of Zhen Shan Ren at the Cambridge Guildhall, showing that the holder of a tough job can have a sensitive side.
New York-based musicians raise awareness about human rights abuses in China.