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Pirjetta Mulari
International Affairs’ Manager
Helsinki

“South Korea has around 55 universities where one can study a masters degree in dance, that tells a lot about the country.”

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“Roundtables bring different people from different countries and industries together to talk, that is the beginning of every possibility.”

Cheung Fai
Founder/Chairman, Fever Cultural Group
Beijing

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“The Chinese market is not just about mass. There are individuals in a search for something different.”

Tang Fu Kuen
Independent Critic, Dramaturg and Producer
Bangkok

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Enforcing the copyright laws is now starting to happen in China

Ed Peto
Music Market Specialist, Beijing

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Interview with Chung Shefong

Chung Shefong
Trees Music & Art
Taipei

“People don't often have the will to understand the others”

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

Sylvia Xu
ProHelvetia
Shanghai

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“We try to build a festival that would extend the young artists' careers and make them become better artists.”

Betsy Lan
Taipei Fringe Festival
Taipei

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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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Interview with Tay Tong

Tay Tong
Arts Network Asia
Singapore

“Many Asian directors are rethinking the performing arts classics and how they connect with contemporary living.”

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Theater people could learn a lot from business people.

Cheung Fai
Franco Dragone, Shanghai

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