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Guangzhou (China)

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  • IRAN: Shooting for gold at 16th Asian Games in China

     
    The 16th Asian Games are underway in Guangzhou, China, and aside from an ongoing flap over the naming of the Persian Gulf, Iran is participating wholeheartedly, fielding nearly 400 athletes and winning 14 medals so far, the most for any......
  • Chinese cancel L.A. Theatre Works' post-play discussion

     
    Chinese officials canceled a post-play discussion of L.A. Theatre Works' "Top Secret: Battle for the Pentagon Papers" during the show's Beijing performance. Officials said the discussion at Perking University was canceled for fear of "unforeseen...
  • Pentagon Papers still causing controversy 40 years on (in China)

     
    A play about the struggle between a free press and government is one thing. A discussion about that play is yet another order of magnitude, as the producers of L.A. Theatre Works' “Top Secret: The Battle for the Pentagon Papers” discovered...
  • ArtsQuest among five finalists for international award

     
    The ArtsQuest Center at SteelStacks is among five finalists for an international award. The building, which earlier this month was among 168 buildings worldwide whose design were nominated for the cultural Building of the Year award by the architect...
  • Yanni speaks: World music icon talks about influences, the foibles of fame, and his future

     
    In the 1990s, it seemed world-music artist Yanni could do no wrong. He sold more than 10 million copies of his albums in that decade. The DVD accompanying his 1994 disc “Yanni Live at the Acropolis” sold 6 million, making......
  • Anti-Japan protests spread in China over disputed islands

     
    BEIJING -- Anti-Japan protests spread to dozens more Chinese cities Sunday, as thousands of demonstrators agitated by the Japanese government’s plan to buy several uninhabited islands near Taiwan marched in front of diplomatic compounds, attacked...
  • Online Dish: Watch Out Nadya Suleman, There's a "China Octomom"

    Online Dish: Watch Out Nadya Suleman, There's a "China Octomom"
    Hold the phone, there's yet another Octomom out there. Watch out Nayda Suleman. And this one does not live in the U.S., shockingly she lives in China, which has very strict family planning laws. At first when the "China Octomom" debuted a photo of her...
  • Armory hosts exchange program for budding Chinese artists

    Armory hosts exchange program for budding Chinese artists
    Children from one of China's largest after-school arts programs visited Pasadena's Armory Center for the Arts last week to learn firsthand what makes American arts education programs tick. The eight visiting students took lessons in collage and worked...
  • Mayor Takes Great Hopes to Great Wall

    BEIJING — Looking to mine the vast economic riches of East Asia, Los Angeles Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa launched a first-of-its-kind city tourism office here today on the inaugural leg of a 16-day trade mission through China, South Korea and Japan....
  • Exhibit Imagines Green, Sustainable Transportation In NYC, 9 Other Cities In 2030

    Exhibit Imagines Green, Sustainable Transportation In NYC, 9 Other Cities In 2030
    Imagine no cars -- or fewer, anyway. In New York, a two-mile stretch of the FDR Drive parkway is torn down to open lower Manhattan for parks and plazas, and bicyclists are given their own lane on the Brooklyn Bridge. An elevated highway in Guangzhou,...
  • Full steam ahead for global voyagers

    NEITHER snow nor sleet nor hurricanes nor dismal dollar-euro exchange rates are discouraging Americans from making their appointed foreign rounds. Based on statistics from U.S. airlines, 2005 looks as though it will end up as a record year for globe-...