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Interview with Esther Muñoz Grootveld

Esther Muñoz Grootveld
Design & Fashion Consultant
Shanghai

“Chinese consumers understand that you can use fashion to express unique identity, not just to label yourself as well-off. ”

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Designers are a lot like performers – judged by the latest piece.

Rossana Hu
Architect, Shanghai

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“Musicals are the reason why the Chinese go to theaters for the first time.”

Chenlin Zhao
United Asia Live Entertainment
Shanghai

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Interview with Pan Jianfeng

Pan Jianfeng
SHtype
Shanghai

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“One of the biggest challenges in China is that everything is changing constantly”

Sylvia Xu
ProHelvetia
Shanghai

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Communication is no longer from one to many, it’s from everyone to everyone – constantly.

Lennard Hulsbos
Aquarius, Shanghai

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Interview with Wai-lap Kwong

Wai-lap Kwong
Shanghai Cultural Links
Shanghai

“Somebody has to help the Chinese artists to find a sustainable source of financial support.”

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“Today the differences between the Chinese and the Western consumer aren’t that big, but in the future they will be”

Jasmine Huang
ZH Communications
Shanghai

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“China is in a saturation point, too many tours and venues and not enough audience”

Archie Hamilton
SplitWorks
Shanghai

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Theater people could learn a lot from business people.

Cheung Fai
Franco Dragone, Shanghai

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