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China Daily | Updated: 2018-07-28 11:15

WWE Live 2018 China in Shanghai

Date: Sept 1 - 7 pm

Venue: Shanghai Expo Culture Center

Fans will be able to see WWE Superstar Ronda Rousey make her in-ring debut in the country, as well as Roman Reigns, Seth Rollins, Braun Strowman, Nia Jax, Sasha Banks, Alexa Bliss, Finn Balor, Jinder Mahal, Matt Hardy, Bray Wyatt and many more. "We are excited to return to Shanghai, demonstrating WWE's commitment to our passionate and growing fan base in China," said Jay Li, Vice President & General Manager, WWE Greater China. "Fans can look forward to seeing an action-packed night of family-friendly entertainment that will create lifelong memories." WWE programming, including Raw and SmackDown, airs live on PP Sports every Tuesday and Wednesday. Fans can also subscribe to WWE Network on PP Sports which showcases WWE's monthly live events and groundbreaking original series, including NXT and 205 Live; reality shows, such as Total Divas; documentaries; and classic matches from WWE's storied history.

Stars on Ice World Class Figure Skating Show

Date: Sept 16 - 3 pm

Venue: Mercedes-Benz Arena, Shanghai

Stars on Ice, The most popular figure skating show in the world, was founded in 1986, USA. There are over 1500 shows played globally for 32 years. 14 world class athletes and more than 6 Olympic medalists participated in each performance, which with superb skating skill and artistic expression. Evgeni Plushenko, the most popular ice star in the world. Zhenya Medvedeva, the Russian figure skating goddess. Yuzuru Hanyu, the super figure skating star of Japan. Nathan Chen, the most talented American born Chinese, Chen Lu, Chinese first world champion, Shen Xue/Zhao Hongbo, the first Olympic champion of pair in China, and Pang Qing/Tong Jian, the Chinese figure skating couple stars. They had been invited to show on the stage of Stars on Ice globally. To respect the 3rd anniversary on success of the 2022 Beijing Winter Olympic Games. The show of Shanghai will be specially set up for the Olympic classic programs, the stars will present the splendid Olympic classics they have shown.

The Alfredo Rodriguez Trio

Date: July 28 - 7:30 pm

Venue: Blue Note Beijing

The Little Dream, the title track of Cuban pianist and composer Alfredo Rodri guez's fourth studio album, gently builds into an uplifting statement - one that reflects the hope children hold in building a brighter future, where tiny dreams manifest into grandiose realities. There is no better example of this than Rodri guez's own personal journey: from his humble beginnings in Cuba to being discovered by Quincy Jones, ultimately leaving his family behind to immigrate to the United States and pursue his own dream. Rodri guez has become a Grammy-nominee with three critically acclaimed releases. Over the years, Rodri guez's worldwide tours have shaped his diverse global point of view. "I believe people are more similar than different. We live in a time where we have so many ways to inform ourselves, and yet some places - and people - choose to remain isolated. As a result, the world can lack peace and empathy, instead of showing unity and tolerance."

Kashmere China Tour 2018

Date: July 29 - 9 pm

Venue: Yuyintang Livehouse, Shanghai

Straight out of Stockport, England, Kashmere merges anthemic, stadium-sized indie rock, with a cut of melodic brooding synth pop to create their own unique form of sonic worth. Formed by Joey Newey and Andy Law, on vocals/guitar and drums, as well as lead guitarist Charlie Cole and bassist Freddie Hughes. The band gained recognition after long-awaited debut single "Blow Your Mind" springing the band into the limelight in the summer of 2016. Followed by a string of successful singles including 2017 festival favorite "Porcelain". Kashmere have made their mark on 2018 from the start with their epic and ridiculously catchy release "Codeine".

Abstraction as Painterly Rhetoric: A Case Study Between Germany and China

Date: July 28-Sept 2 - 10 am

Venue: PIFO New Art Gallery, Beijing

PIFO Gallery is delighted to present the annual exhibition Abstract Art already in its 11th iteration. This year the gallery brings together artists from China and Germany. Germany has an extraordinarily strong tradition in painterly abstraction, since its founding moment after 1945, leading up to the founding of documenta, Kassel and beyond. Consequently artists from Germany have been a source of reference for many Chinese artists. The highly influential artist Tan Ping studied in Germany in the early 1990. His paintings are juxtaposed with works by Bernard Schultze and Karl Fred Dahmen, who are to be found in all major museums and private collections in Germany. PIFO Gallery is proud to be the first gallery to present their paintings in China. In essence, the exhibition can be understood as a pilot of sorts for an ongoing investigation into abstraction as contemporary artistic practice on a global scale.

National Theater Live: The Leading Man Returns

Date: July 28 - 2 pm

Venue: Ullens Center for Contemporary Art, Beijing

Following the Sing and Dance series, UCCA presents screenings of four National Theatre Live productions in July and August. Hamlet features Benedict Cumberbatch as the protagonist of Shakespeare's classic tragedy. The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night Time has been hailed by The Times as "a phenomenal combination of storytelling and spectacle." The great playwright Arthur Miller confronts the American dream in the dark and passionate tale A View from the Bridge. The London National Theatre calls the National Theatre's production of the Follies "not only a triumph, but a transcendence."

Rap Battle Vol 7 Ft Ember Swift

Date: July 28 - 8 pm

Venue: Soi Baochao, Beijing

Ember Swift is a Canadian musician and songwriter who has released 12 albums and one DVD project since 1996 through her own independent label Few'll Ignite Sound. Her most recent album Sticks & Stones in 2017 is a collection of work in three categories: Songs for Adults, Songs for Kids, and finally Songs for Adults with Kids, a community she feels deserves some separate recognition. This new body of work culminated over the past five years since becoming a mother of two in 2012 and 2013, respectively. This is Ember's third release since moving to Beijing in 2008 and it demonstrates how music can serve as a bridge between the two divergent cultures. Fluent in Mandarin and French, Ember sings in all three languages, including English. With the inclusion of the Chinese traditional instrument erhu alongside of Western contemporary instruments, the performance and sound are both entertaining and unique.

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