She was initiated into music from the age of 5 years by her parents, and has won prizes in several prestigious music competitions in India. She also participated in the singing reality show Zee Marathi Idea SaReGaMaPa and was one of the Top 6 Finalists. She secured 2nd Prize in AIR Music Competition 2017 in the Category of Semi Classical Music. She has performed in various prestigious music organizations like Dadar Matunga Cultural Centre, Hridayesh GaanPrabha Youth Festivals, INT Aditya Birla Centre for Performing Arts and Suburban Music Circle.
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Liang Jie, born in Shanghai, earned his Doctor’s degree in Economics from Fudan University and a Post Doctor’s degree from Monash University. Now he teaches at the School of Economics, Shanghai University of Finance and Economics. His research interests include economic thought, economic development and regional studies of South Asia and Southeast Asia, and he did academic research in Australia, India, Singapore, etc. and published several academic papers and review articles.
specializes in clapper and drum, and he is currently a national-first class kunqu percussionist and the orchestra leader of Shanghai Kunqu Opera Troupe (SKOT). He received professional training from maestros Yu-pu Wang, Xin-hai Zhang, Lei Zhu, Xiao-ping Li and Geng-qi Wang. Lin has demonstrated his professional excellence in various full-scale productions and well-known kunqu excerpts performance, for which he was the leading percussionist and percussion design.
is a national first-class kunqu performer of Shanghai kunqu Opera Troupe. Trained as a young male role, Li received professional training from kunqu maestro Zheng-ren Cai, Mei-ti Yue and Zhi-gang Zhou, etc. Li was a leading role in large-scale productions such as The Peony Pavilion, The Palace of Eternal Life, The Legend of the White Snake, The Jade Hairpin and The Last Bell of the Ming Dynasty. Over the years, Li has gained multiple awards on various national occasions. In 2013, he attained the Plum Performance Prize, the highest recognition for Chinese Opera performers.
Rutuja Lad was initiated into music by her parents Tanuja Lad and Umesh Lad right from the age of 5 years. Later She started learning from Gaanyogini Dhondutai Kulkarni, a torch bearer of Jaipur Atrauli Gharana and was under her tutelage until she passed away in 2014. She also learns harmonium from Shri Sudhir Nayak, and is now studying under the able guidance of Dr. Ashwini Bhide Deshpande.
is a national first-class kunqu performer of Shanghai Kunqu Opera Troupe. Trained as a young male role, Li received professional training from kunqu maestro Zheng-ren Cai, Mei-ti Yue and Zhi-gang Zhou, etc. Li was a leading role in large-scale productions such as The Peony Pavilion, The Palace of Eternal Life, The Legend of the White Snake, The Jade Hairpin and The Last Bell of the Ming Dynasty. Over the years, Li has gained multiple awards on various national occasions. In 2013, he attained the Plum Performance Prize, the highest recognition for Chinese Opera performers.
LI Zhenhua has been involved in the working line of art since 1996, his practice mainly concerns exhibition planning, art production and project management. Since 2010, he has been the nominator for the Summer Academy at Zentrum Paul Klee Bern (Switzerland), as well as for Prix Pictet (Switzerland). He is the editor for several artists' publications, including Yan Lei: What I Like to Do (Documenta, 2012), Feng Mengbo: Journey to the West (2010), and Yang Fudong: Dawn Mist, Separation Faith (2009).
Lin Chi-Wei was born in Taipei, Taiwan, in 1971. He studied French literature in Fu Jen Catholic University, furthered his study in ethnology and art in National Institute of Arts in Taibei and practiced media art in le frenoy, studio national des arts comtemporains. Since 1992, he started to practice art through diverse mediums such as painting, performance, image, sound and etc. Lin also involved in research program on sound cultures. His first book, Beyond Sound Art – The Avant Garde, Sound Machines and the Modernity of Hearing is published in 2012.
Lawrence Liang is one of the co-founders of Alternative law Forum (ALF), a collective of lawyers working on various socio-legal issues. His research interests have been in the intersection of law and culture. He is currently working on a book on law, justice and cinema and has in the past worked on the intersection of law and film in copyright and censorship. He is the author of a monograph “Sex, Laws and Video tape: The public is watching” and numerous articles on law and cinema. Liang was a Fulbright visiting scholar at the University of Columbia”
Associate Professor, Department of Cultural Studies, Lingnan University, Hong Kong. He is the author of the book Collaborative Colonial Power. The Making of the Hong Kong Chinese (Hong Kong University Press); He also published articles in journals including Inter-Asia Cultural Studies, Positions. East Asia Cultures Critique, etc.
Assistant Professor of Chinese Literature at Seoul National University, specializes in contemporary Chinese literature, culture, andintellectual history. He received his Ph.D. from Seoul National University (2005) with a dissertation on “The Expansion and Transformation of Literary Discourses in 1990s’ China,” and has continued to examine Chinese intellectuals’ responses to various dilemmas occasioned by the extreme speed of change in Chinese society since the 1990s.
As one of the most intriguing young generation artists working in China today, Liu Wei (b. Beijing 1972) questions conventions and modern life with his manipulated landscapes constructed in a multitude of media within sculpture, photography, video installation, and painting. What makes Liu Wei interesting is that he incessantly reinvents his work, often using previous works as raw materials.
Liu Dahong was born in Qingdao, Shandong in 1962. He graduated from the then Zhejiang Academy of Fine Art (now the China Academy of Art) in 1985, since which time he has taught in the art department of Shanghai Normal University.
Tallur LN (born 1971, Kundapur, Karnataka, India) believes that the mankind has developed a skill to conveniently conceptualize the absurdities in our daily life, as if they are an inevitable part of our existence. This co-existence has always been a point of ignition for Tallur, for his explorations.
Lu Xing-Hua is associate proffesor of the Department of Philosophy, Tongji University, China. He has been working on French radical political thinking and been the major promoter of Derrida, Badiou, Rancière in the Chinese academia. His recent book, Shared Contingencies (2009), is an effort to interconnect an intense interrogation on the Western parliamentary-capital democracy in contemporary French political thinking and the deliberations of the Chinese olitical democracy to come.