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China Daily | Updated: 2018-09-15 10:18

Swing Night — Old Shanghai Jazz Band Live

Date: Sept 15 — 9 pm

Venue: the Pearl in Shanghai

"Old Shanghai" is a jazz quartet with a difference, performing a unique mix of modern rock and pop songs in a vintage style. The band is inspired by the American Youtube sensation Postmodern Jukebox, adapting some of postmodern Jukebox's most popular hit songs by Nirvana, Daft Punk, Katy Perry, Pharrell Williams and Fergie. They also write their own arrangements of modern songs, giving chart hits that everyone knows a retro spin which will delight audiences of all ages.

That Physics Show in Shanghai

Date: Sept 21-22 — 10:30 am/3:30 pm/7:30 pm

Venue: ET Space

Lifetime professional physics demonstrator David Maiullo brings his scientific "magic" from the world of physics to the off-Broadway stage in That Physics Show. Based on the hundreds of physics experiments that are presented at physics conferences and in classrooms across the country, That Physics Show features segments on motion, momentum, vacuum, friction, energy, density, fluid motion, sound waves and sound vibration, light waves, temperature and much more from the incredible world: a world controlled by physics.

The Royal Concept China Tour 2018

Date: Sept 21 — 8:30 pm

Venue: Mao Live House, Guangzhou

First attracting worldwide attention with a self-produced hit "D-D-Dance", which introduced their Phoenix-like mix of sunny pop and electronic elements, Stockholm's indie dance-rockers, the Royal Concept, feature vocalist/guitarist David Larson, guitarist Filip Bekic, bassist Magnus Robert, and drummer Frans Povel. Early in 2012, the band who settled on their moniker in April signed to Lava Records, which released the group's self-titled debut EP in that June. Their 2013 debut album, Goldrushed, featured the hit single "On Our Way," which gained exposure on the soundtrack to FIFA 14, as well as on TV shows such as Glee and Catfish. Produced by Tony Hoffer (who previously worked with acts such as M83, the Kooks, and Depeche Mode) and released in 2015, the Smile EP saw the group take a glam-inspired change of direction.

World Snooker Shanghai Masters 2018

Date: Sept 15-16 — 9:30 am/2:30 pm

Venue: Regal International East Asia

World Snooker Shanghai Masters is a leading snooker tournament that represents the highest level of the world snooker events. It is also one of the most influential international sports events of China, which has been successfully held in Shanghai for 11 years since 2007. In 2018, it will come back with a brand-new format and a higher prize money. Instead of ranking events, 24 players will compete in an invitational this year. The 24 players invited will be the top 16 snooker players in the world, four Chinese players with the highest world ranking, two recommended by Chinese Billiards and Snooker Association and two from Snooker Amateur Masters.

Shenzhen Open 2018

Date: Sept 24-30 — 3 pm

Venue: Longgang Sports Center

The Shenzhen Open is a professional tennis tournament. It is played on outdoor hard courts of the Shenzhen Longgang Tennis Center, which has 32 outdoor and indoor courts and a 4,000-seat stadium. The tournament made its debut on the WTA Tour in 2013 in Shenzhen, China. In late 2013 it was announced that Shenzhen had won the ATP Thailand Open franchise, holding its inaugural ATP tournament in September 2014. The women's tournament takes place during the first week of the year, as a warm-up event two weeks prior to the Australian Open.

World Youth Business Cup

Date: Oct 1 — 10 am

Venue: Chaoyang Park

The World Youth Business Cup is a popular families outdoor activity founded by the Europe Vocational Education Development Center. The main contents of this event include "Young Entrepreneur" marketplace, auction speech, ballroom dancing, Cosplay, WYBC honorary award and more. WYBC mission aimed to prepare youth for life through proactive, interactive, fun and experiential programs infused with life skills, character education, and entrepreneurship, to help youth become an independent individual, open minded business leader, social advocates, a community volunteer and forwardthinking citizens of tomorrow.

Qiu Zhijie: Mappa Mundi

Date: Oct 20-Nov 30 — 10 am

Venue: Ullens Center for Contemporary Art

Nearly a decade ago, in the catalogs for his exhibitions, Qiu Zhijie began to plot out intricate maps of the relationships among his various artworks. It was from this synthesis of research, writing, imagination, and action that the "Mapping the World Project" was born. In the hundreds of maps that have followed, the ink and brushwork of landscape painting outlines a coordinate system which condenses ideas, individuals, objects, incidents, and situations, weaving them together, and offering a possibility for understanding them in relation to each other. The intelligently schematic nature of these maps has allowed them to serve as blueprints for various exhibitions, notably the 9th Shanghai Biennale, which Qiu curated in 2012 on the theme of urban regeneration, and the recent Guggenheim survey "Art and China after 1989: Theater of the World" (2017-2018) for which he created a monumental map that connected the works, artists, and historical milestones covered therein. For the last ten years, mapping has served multiple functions in Qiu's artistic practice: as self-conscious gesture, workflow chart, exhibition plan, intellectual exchange, political topology, and cultural research program. These maps ultimately reflect the myriad identities of their author: artist, educator, curator, theorist, and eclectic cartographer.

2018 ORG National Hockey League China Games in Beijing

Date: Sept 19 — 5 pm

Venue: Cadillac Center

For the second year in a row, the NHL is returning to China. The 2018 ORG China Games will feature two world-class teams, the Boston Bruins and the Calgary Flames. The preseason games will celebrate the very best of Ice Hockey in China as China embarks on a journey to the 2022 Winter Olympics. Ice hockey in China is rapidly growing in popularity and is now played by over 10,000 young people in Beijing alone. The ORG NHL China Games presents a unique opportunity for many more families by watching

the best players in the world. 

International Wedding Festival

Date: Nov 6-8 — 10 am

Venue: Sanya, Hainan province

The annual festival is hosted by the local government and would consist of eight activities, including wedding celebration, wedding dress exhibition and wedding photography forum. The festival was first staged in 1996 and has witnessed tens of thousands of people tying the knots over the years. It aims to help Sanya become a destination for wedding and honeymoon tours.

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