From the rich to the poor, everybody loves free shit being given to them. Especially when that free shit happens to be food. The penniless daydreamers amongst us might hazardously yearn for the time when playtime warranted a free cookie. Well, daydreamers rejoice! For three days only, the fruits of your hungry daydreaming labours will be rewarded with FREE LUNCH. Head down to 390 for one main course, 2 sides and a drink, then repeat on Tuesday and Wednesday.
Muya Monday Madness will be showcasing a B-Movie that will include one or many of the following: Kung Fu, college jocks, camp trips, blood, boobs, ninjas, deformed sharks, Cyclops, wolves, hicks with rabies, machetes, more boobs, average violence & bad guys.
Shanghai Theatre Academy will be staging King Stag, a classic fable about King Deramo’s quest for true love in a world full of magic, treachery, and magic being used for treachery. This is a rare opportunity to see the famous Carlo Gozzi creation staged in Chinese.
The “Warhol in China” photographs will be exhibited at Elisabeth de Brabant from today. Makos had access through Warhol ranging from being the official photographer at The Factory to being artistic collaborators with him. Naturally, they became close friends. These photographs encapsulate a cataclysmic artistic movement, capturing the intimate details of the man who made it happen.
For solutions to your life dilemmas, difficult decisions and general problems, unleash all your whining to the Witch this Wednesday at Muya.
Here is your chance to meet the infamous Frederic Beigbeider. He is the well-known author of “99 francs”, winner of the 2003 Prix Interallié award for “Windows on the World”, and an esteemed literary critic. His film career includes a short appearance in a pornographic title, where he was “one of the few characters who keeps his clothes on.”
URBN’s monthly movie night takes place this Thursday. 35RMB cover gets you popcorn and a tree planted on your behalf in Inner-Mongolia. This month’s film is “Sicko” by Michael Moore– a documentary which reveals the consequences of a profit driven health care industry on some 47 million uninsured Americans.