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Beijing Underground : China's Alternative Music Scene

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J.T. [20s & 30s As...
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Young Professionals Series

Beijing Underground: China's Alternative Music Scene
An evening with photographer Matthew Niederhauser, and a Q & A with musicians featured in his book

WHEN: Monday, November 9th, 6:30-8:00pm

WHERE: Govinda Gallery
122734th St., NW
Washington, DC 2007
Public Transportation: DC Circulator Bus Yellow Line (Georgetown-Union Station)

Space is limited, so please RSVP HERE before 5 pm, Friday, November 6.
A reception and book signing will be held at 7:30 pm after the presentation.

Price:
$5 - AS member (Pay at door $10)
$10 - non-member (Pay at door $15)





We are pleased to invite you to join Asia Society Young Professionals (ASYP) for an exciting night with Matthew Niederhauser, who will give a presentation on his exhibition: Sound Kapital: Beijing's Music Underground, currently on display at Govinda Gallery in Georgetown. The talk will delve into China's burgeoning creative industries and their connections to urban development, widespread adoption of new communication technologies, and the Chinese government's vision of a modern society. China is undergoing a period of unprecedented change that continues to allow more room for independent thought and individualistic expression.

After studying anthropology at Columbia University, Matthew Niederhauser split his time between the National Committee on US-China Relations and the International Center of Photography, before returning to Beijing as a fulltime freelance photographer. Over the past year, his work covering youth culture in China has appeared in the New Yorker, Time Magazine, The Washington Post, PDN, and the Guardian Weekly amongst others. While his nights are spent photographing Beijing's underground music scene, Niederhauser also works on a large-format, photo-documentary project entitled Visions of Modernity that investigates urban development and new architecture in China's swelling capital.


For more information please review links:
http://www.moreintell...­


A selection of musicians, who were featured in Sound Kapital, will be in town and will be in attendance for a Q & A session following Matthew Niederhauser's presentation


ASYP members include young professionals from both the United States and Asia working in a variety of fields including diplomacy, business, international development, the media and the fields of arts and culture. ASYP offers over 25 events per year especially designed for Young Professionals.


For more information on Asia Society go to http://www.asiasociet...­

and to become a Member click HERE

ASYP welcomes you to join us on FACEBOOK


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