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Tonight will be the first of a series of talks by Style by Asia, ‘Successful Design Sharing Night’.

We will have four fantastic speakers from design, technology, and education perspectives sharing their personal and professional transformational experiences. Change can be exciting, scary, or both, find out how these speakers leveraged change to transform themselves or their businesses.

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Here we round-up the best of BJDW and Chinese Design for the biggest Chinese design event of the year. For a really useful interactive map click here.

Dashilar 

Since 2013, Dashilar has been a hot bed of activity for young architects to try and reinvigorate and reinterpret the traditional old hutongs. The area has emerged largely unscathed from much of the rampant destruction of the last 20 years and designers are exploring how to modernise the area whilst keeping the important communities intact. Last year included the microhutong by standardarchitecture and the pop up canopy by PAO.

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Yetang x Kneon Magazine x BJDW

Posted by on 23.09.2014 in Events, Fashion
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As we gear up for Beijing Design Week 2014, some of the more interesting plug-in exhibits are gathering traction.

KNEON Magazine will be teaming up with Yetang’s 50 Chinese independent designers, and graphic designer Nick Wu, to curate a space filled with the work of upcoming Chinese and international artists and designers during Beijing Design Week 2014.

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Photo Shanghai

Posted by on 02.09.2014 in Events, Photography
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Photo Shanghai is the first international art fair dedicated to photography in China. It will be arriving in Shanghai from 5th - 7th September 2014 and will feature fine art photography from around the world. Chinese talents to look out for include Yang Fudong and Huang Xiaoliang.
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Techyizu is back with DesignINg Shanghai, an event with talks by Shanghai design studios and exploring the city we live in.

Each year we pick a number of challenges the city faces and ask you to come up with design solutions that will make Shanghai an even better place to live. Previous themes included social inclusion and disaster preparedness. This year we will be designing for limitations in space, resources and transportation.

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