În onoarea delegației chineze prietene și frățești – Jazzmen from China (55)

Chinese jazz mix with Chinese opera: When Will The Moon Shine

 

Shanghai Jazz – The Love You Can’t Get

 

Coco Zhao Jazz Performance at USST

 

Since I Fell For You – Le Zhang

 

2007 Beijing Jazz Festival (JIN HAO)

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Dreaming in chinese  by Richard Wolin- Los Angeles Review of Books
“This place is more American than America,” I observe candidly to my student minder on the taxi ride toward downtown Shanghai, sorely sleep-deprived following my 13-hour flight from New York. “It makes Manhattan look provincial.” One’s first sighting of Shanghai is unforgettable. Perhaps nowhere else in the world today does one find such a massive concentration of concrete high-rise structures, stretching as far as the eye can see. Most of these distinctly unsightly edifices have been built over the last 20 years. With its 20 million-plus inhabitants, Shanghai is the metropolis of the future — and it is already here. Along with it come all the joys of the 21st-century urban experience: smog, pollution, overcrowding, and epic traffic jams. Whatever one’s destination, one always needs to depart an hour early to account for traffic.