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碧波之上的日记

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陈廷:情怀的魔术

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一线如息

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汤姆·克鲁斯 : 竭尽所能

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冬日画风

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意大利的视觉回忆
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如练时空 浸染平安京魅力

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自然光谱 灵动空间

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不止有远方

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旅游季风

Artist John Franzen’s recent solo exhibition has a straight-forward yet poetic name: Each Line One Breath. In the drawings, each line is a representation of the artist’s breath and each line above progresses naturally into the one below.

John Franzen moved to Belgium with his mother at age six, and then grew up in three different hippie communes. The artist recalls he was often left at home alone, and the fear of the darkness at night made him develop an interest in drawing and form an urge to search for 'the existential meaning' of life. Since, drawing has become his way of self-expression.

Tom Cruise, at age 55 this year, is still giving it his all in every one of his movies. Though having won countless awards, he has never rested on his laurels: climbing tall towers, leaping in midair, and hanging on wire ropes, just like 30 years ago…

Hollywood legend Tom Cruise once climbed the tallest tower in the world, Dubai’s Burj Khalifa, with his bare hands. In his new movie The Mummy, released in cinemas beginning of this year, Cruise once again made it nerve wracking for his audiences—he refused to use his stunt double during filming; instead he did all the breathtaking stunts himself including a 360-degree car crash, underwater fight scenes, and jumping off a collapsing building. What is even more outlandish is that he fell out of an exploding plane with zero gravity while flying 25,000 feet above the ground.

A diary on the sea is a memory of persistence, emancipation, and hope among raging storms and sunny skies.

How to describe the excitement of sailing on the open sea? Not knowing what lies beyond the blue horizon. The present peaceful sea, glistening deep blue like a sapphire, can boil over with a raging storm in a heartbeat. This is what yacht race crews live through during most of their career.

Dedication and sensitivity can give birth to incredible magic and astounding beauty.

He is the executive director of Bund18 and the founder of Blackstone Magic Bar… the first belongs to one of the most prominent buildings on the Bund, and the second is a mysterious magic bar hidden in Huangpu District, Shanghai. Anson Chan is in charge of both places. Although they look quite different in function, they are connected within to create their combined successes.

Tell a story this winter through the power of patterns.

Black and white monochrome minimalism is always popular in the winter, but dare to bring some patterns into the mix to brighten up the darker season. Normally, vivid patterns and prints are the reserve of spring and summer, but now they are also widely adopted in the winter collection to express exquisite ideas. For instance, Valentino tries to exhibit the romanticism deep inside the designer through a series of pop-art patterns.

Italian art did not peak in the Renaissance era - the early 20th century witnessed a fashion industry rejuvenation that launched Italy to the forefront of global fashion.

In the first part of the series, we introduced the visual art phenomena in the early times since Ferragamo returned to Italy in 1927, the country where he lived. The whole exhibition is kaleidoscopic, as if an attractive best-seller. With the chapters unfolding one after the other, the legendary history of Ferragamo is told through the changing of art forms.

Capture the moments, echo the space, and the designer endows the building with unparalleled charisma of Kyoto.

Four Seasons Kyoto resides in the city which bears thousands of years of Japanese history. Despite having passed through a tumultuous history, most architecture in Kyoto remains intact. Palaces, gardens, temples, and shrines stand still in the city. One would say that it is a great shame if a new architectural project fails to match with the city’s temperament, so amazingly enriched as it is with historical elements.

Intro: Richard Rogers, the renowned British architect, once had an interesting remark, “Space is the container that captures light.” Located in Shanghai, Keppel Sheshan Riviera introduces lush mountain light into the interior, and creates a stylish space with modernistic touches.

Surrounded by mountains, Keppel Sheshan Riviera enjoys the distant enclosure of hills outside, and inside is the bright sphere casted by the natural light.

At the primary stage of being a shutterbug, we usually buy varieties of equipment. For the same reason, you can be regarded as a travel enthusiast, till you had been to many places.

The ‘footprint’ column on the page of mafengwo.cn showed that Nathan had already been to 24 countries, over 142 cities and left 507 of his footprints. After 2015, Nathan had been to more countries. Having a glimpse of the lonely snowy plains in Biei; looking for the blue door in Portello market; walking in the field in Moravia, Czech; entering into Giuseppe Meazza in Italy; feeling the beauty of desert and sea to the fullest in Morocco...