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Theme: 看见 Vision

This event occurred on
December 9, 2023
1:00pm - 5:00pm CST
(UTC +8hrs)
Shanghai, Shanghai

“看见”不仅仅只是一种人文关怀 更是促进不同群体相互理解,并推动社会发展的坚定力量

No one is an island. We need to find others and be viewed by others.
Vision is not only a kind of humanistic care, but also a firm force that promotes mutual understanding between different groups and promotes social development.
Not only can you watch different speakers, but you can also use these stories as a mirror to find the strength to move forward in your own heart.

The Bridge
No. 655, Haike Road, Pudong New District
Shanghai, Shanghai, 201203
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东铧 蔡

Conductor, Composer & Theater Director
80后指挥家、作曲家兼戏剧导演 乐音无界(LUC)音乐共和创意聚场(MRCC)艺术总监 师从著名指挥家、教育家、中央音乐学院徐新教授学习指挥,曾以指挥身份赴奥地利、德国、法国、日本等国访问演出 国家艺术基金两部大型作品交响乐《红楼梦音乐传奇》和独幕戏剧《牡丹亭音乐传奇》的获奖者 跨界融合的实践者和引领者,米兰世博中国音乐大使 Cai Donghua studied conducting under the renowned conductor and educator Professor Xu Xin at the Central Conservatory of Music in China. He has also worked as a conductor, performing in countries such as Austria, Germany, France, and Japan. Cai Donghua is the recipient of the National Arts Fund award for two major symphonic works: “Dream of the Red Chamber: Musical Legend”: A symphonic composition inspired by the classic Chinese novel “Dream of the Red Chamber.” “The Peony Pavilion: Musical Legend”: A one-act opera based on the famous play “The Peony Pavilion” by Tang Xianzu. Cai Donghua is known for his boundary-crossing approach, blending different artistic genres. He served as the China Music Ambassador during the Milan Expo, promoting Chinese music and culture on the international stage.

学成 邵

现任哈佛大学CAM Lab-DIGITAL GANDHARA和上海外国语大学WAI研究员 2016年博士毕业于中央美术学院文化遗产与美术考古系 先后在哈佛大学、清华大学、敦煌研究院、UCLA从事科研工作 主要研究范围涉及中亚、中东丝路考古美术、考古学史和文化交流史 正在探索国际援助中对于战乱地区的文化遗产的危机应对保护和异地博物馆的保存展览的可能性 Currently a researcher at Harvard University’s CAM Lab-DIGITAL GANDHARA and Shanghai International Studies University (WAI) Obtained Ph.D. from the Department of Cultural Heritage and Art Archaeology at the Central Academy of Fine Arts in 2016 Conducted research at Harvard University, Tsinghua University, Dunhuang Research Institute, and UCLA Primary research areas include Central Asian and Middle Eastern Silk Road archaeology, the history of archaeology, and cultural exchange history Currently exploring crisis response and protection of cultural heritage in conflict-affected regions through international aid, as well as the possibility of preserving and exhibiting artifacts in remote museums

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