Imagining a New China

Many Chinese parents are frustrated by the country’s rote-based curriculum. As Fiammetta Rocco discovered, the demand for creative education is transforming Beijing’s top contemporary art venue. All along the length of the attic at the top of the Ullens Centre for Contempor­ary Art (UCCA) in Beijing runs a long corridor that opens on to a series of small rooms. Not many of … http://bit.ly/2HFKNiz

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