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He is an architecture space designer, to share his experience of creating and practicing.
This phenomenon developed organically more than a decade ago in Shanghai and has since sprung up in other parts of China, said Zhen Trudy Wang, a former Caijing magazine reporter in Shanghai who now works for a public relations firm.
People were meeting at the park anyway to practice dancing, badminton and martial arts. “Matchmaking” is actually a more accurate term than “market,” which implies that money is exchanging hands, noted Wang.
It’s known around town as the “marriage market.” The parents chat with each other about the attributes they — or rather, their children — are looking for in a mate.
If the parents hit it off, and believe they’ve found a good match for their offspring, they’ll arrange a blind date and hope for sparks to fly.
His career spans over 30 years,with more than 11 films to his name, 56 festival nominations, and several prizes,among which the Louis Delluc Prize in 2004 for Kings and Queen and the Étoile d’Orfor A Christmas Tale in 2009.
Born on 31October 1960 in Roubaix, Arnaud Desplechin studied at the Institute for Advanced Cinema Studies where he received a degree in ‘direction and photography.’ Initially, he worked as a director of photography.
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And he is an executive committee member of the Kansai project DESIGNEAST on the theme of design of designing situation.
Shanghai About Filmmaker French filmmaker Arnaud Desplechin is an aficionado of auteur films.