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In WHY? , the designer creates its own problem by questioning the basis of his creative path. This inquietude is the starting point for a graphic essay exploring the plastic potential of this process. Based on four simple signs [ w . h . y . ? ], the author explores the diversity within unity, by experimenting several approaches to convey different ideas and sensations.
Center For Creative Industries (CCI) of Macau is eager to participate the first Macau International Jewelry & Watch Fair from 28th February to 2nd March 2008 due to the nature of our project is to act like a platform in assisting the local creative people to step out for success.
Mr. Chan Wei Min is an educator and performer of Guzheng at this present age of China. He is also a teacher in the faculty of Chinese musical instrument at Xinhai Music College,China, and achieve his master degree of Guzheng of the Music College of China.
Clothing, once deemed a supplementary skin to the human body, was originally worn to fend off the elements. It has now evolved into a multifarious symbol, with different modes of clothing for varying weather conditions, occasions, times and moods. Everyone has his or her own likes and dislikes when it comes to clothing - some prefer it plain, others like it showy, while others favour comfort or glamour. When it comes to choosing clothes, your preference determines your thoughts and deeds. Take a look in your wardrobe: what kind of person do you see in there?
Veteran Hong Kong choreographer Yuri Ng will, for the very first time, choreograph a theatre-dance performance in Macau, revolving around clothing, one of the four necessities of life (in tandem with food and drink, shelter and transportation).
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