This panel features three American poets exploring China in ways that go beyond 20th century modes of engagement. Eschewing romanticisations of a Chinese past, whether “ancient,” “classical,” or even the very recent globalised “China, Inc.,” artist and poet Jen Bervin combines innovative installation art and deep research to create her sophisticated work. Chinese-American poet and book artist Jen Hyde’s debut collection Hua Shi Hua emerges from her time living and working in Shanghai while reflecting on her own diasporic roots and on China’s poetic, medicinal and printing traditions. Finally, NYU Shanghai faculty member David Perry’s recent Expat Taxes reflects on the experience of expatriation in a time of globalisation in deepening crisis. Moderated by Wen Jin.
*Please note that tickets will go on sale ON SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 18th at 9:00AM and will close the day before the event at 5:00PM. Please also note that all sessions are subject to change without prior notice; all affected parties will be notified.*
|Ticket Type||Sales End||Price|
|Adult||March 15, 2017 at 5:00 PM||¥ 85.00 CNY|
|Students & Children||March 15, 2017 at 5:00 PM||¥ 40.00 CNY|
PLEASE NOTE: ClearCut arranges our orders in real time and cannot accommodate order cancellations or changes. Put simply, if you’ve ordered tickets and received your confirmation email, you’ve bought them. Please be sure you really want the items before you buy them. Thank you!