All Tomorrow’s Parties: Culinary Arts
Nov 2, 2012 Friday 19:00
1F, Associate Mission Building (Shanghai 169 Yuanmingyuan Road)
Fuchsia Dunlop, Austin Hu
Language: English with Chinese Translation
Admission Free. Reservation is required.
Ms. Dunlop is widely acknowledged as the pre-eminent Western expert on Chinese food, a deft and lyrical interpreter of the mysteries of regional cuisines for Western food lovers and the Chinese diaspora alike.Incorporating various native flavors and ingredients in his dishes, Austin Hu of Madison in Shanghai aims to localize his style of American cuisine by co-operating with Chinese distributors as opposed to importing all his products.
All Tomorrow’s Parties: Summoning Creativity in Shanghai
A Series of Conversations
Shanghai Studies Symposium, Rockbund Art Museum and NYU Shanghai present a series of conversations exploring urban creativity in Shanghai. The free events will take place as part of 2012-2013 Night@RAM program. They will be held on Friday evenings between 7 and 9 and/or Saturday afternoons from 3 to 6 at the AssociateMission Building, 169 Yuanmingyuan Road, 1st Floor.
Dr. Anna Greenspan and Dr. Francesca Tarocco of NYU Shanghai, founders of the research initiative Shanghai Studies Symposium, will host the series. “As China’s largest, richest and most cosmopolitan city”, they say, “Shanghai envisions itself as the next great global cultural hub, a key site of China’s ‘soft power’.”... Read More
Free admission, No need for reservation.