The virtual press conference for Chinese media in relation to the world’s 1st public art Depot of Museum Boijmans van Beuningen took place from MVRDV‘s head office in Rotterdam.
Pakhuis de Zwijger presented Transnational Amsterdam: Meet the Global Citizen, Amsterdam Chinese Community on 12 February 2020. Miki shared the stage with a few other China (-rooted) experts. VPRO documentary maker, photographer and journalist Ruben Terlou was interviewed about his documentary in-the-making. Chinese & Dutch author Yue Tao, Dutch Chinese designer Alice Wong and Founder Pan Asian Collective Hui-hui Pan shared their stories.
Miki Dai was glad to have taken part in the Trans-disciplinary Design course created by Dutch Designer Ronald van de Cappelle in March 2020 in Amsterdam. Ronald interviewed Miki on a few topics such as Design & Art and Nature & Technology.
Last month Floating Feather was interviewed by Guanxi, a China Knowledge Network organisation in The Netherlands. Guanxi aims at helping people doing business in China by connecting people, knowledge and experience. Read the full article here.
First Modern Chinese opera debut in Europe on 23th April and 26th April 2019 Proudly announcing our new project: the national award-winning Theatre & Xiqu performance (Huai Opera) The Small Town. 1st time showcasing its international version at DeLaMar Theater in Amsterdam & De Nieuwe Vrede in Antwerp in April! Read more & buy your tickects at www.thesmalltown.eu. China Arts Newspaper ★★★★★ “This modern Huai Opera accented the characters with ‘thick and heavy Chinese ink colours’… This performance is like a ballad with Chinese virtues and core socialist values & characteristics…”
Floating Feather curated the show Dutch Pavilion Floating Feather x Artists (荷兰人气馆 羽 x 艺术家 in Chinese) to showcase the diversity and creativity of the charming and international city of Amsterdam. Bringing design straight from the canal district, a vibrant part of Amsterdam’s art scene, with artwork representing the inherited and re-invented craftsmanship that this city cherishes. (The opening paragraph here and the photo are updated in 2020.)
Delden，一个在荷兰东部的小城，开车再向东开15分钟左右就会到达德意志共和国了。这个平时平静得被荷兰人都忽略的地方，在过去的一年里，似乎有些不太“安宁”。 一个全新的私人美术馆正在紧张筹备中，Museum No Hero（中文直译：无英雄美术馆），一个似乎与这个小城不太匹配的时髦又冷酷的名字将会成为这个三百多年建筑的新身份，还有那些蠢蠢欲动的艺术品们。这个背负着五个世纪与五大洲艺术品，讲诉这这个博物馆长希尔特·斯坦恩麦尔的私人旅程的圣地，即将在今年四月中旬向大众开放。这也是在这几年里，第三个在荷兰（即将）开业的不靠政府资助，自负盈亏的私人美术馆。
To celebrate International Women’s Day, the Embassy of China in the Netherlands and China Cultural Center Den Haag hosted a special event about Chinese Kun Opera for a group of international women. The beautiful photo exhibition on Kun Opera will last till the end of March 2018. I was honored to give a special guided tour and like to share a brief overview of Kun Opera with you in this article.
On the 19th of February 2018, China Cultural Center Den Haag welcomes 130 visitors and special guests. The programs consists of 5 Intangible Cultural Heritage workshops, food and drinks, speeches and one China-themed performance.