Enjoy cultural feasts at museums in Pudong during Mid-Autumn Festival
The Mid-Autumn Festival holiday begins on Sept 10, which has prompted museums and art galleries in Shanghai's Pudong New Area to launch a wide variety of vibrant events to keep tourists entertained.
One of the museums participating in the festivities is the Museum of Art Pudong (MAP), which plans to host multiple art exhibitions during the three-day holiday. Located in the heart of Lujiazui, MAP broke ground on September 26, 2017 and opened to the public in July 2021. The museum boasts magnificent views of city landmarks such as the Oriental Pearl Tower and the Huangpu River from its windows which is one reason why the museum is a famous tourist site on the internet.
Museum of Art Pudong plans to host multiple art exhibitions during the three-day holiday. [Photo/WeChat account: pdlvyou]
Chinese artist Xu Bing is scheduled to present with his exhibition "Xu Bing: Gravitational Arena" during the upcoming Mid-Autumn Festival. Xu is best known for his inventive "square world calligraphy" artwork with which he makes English letters into structures that resemble Chinese characters. [Photo/WeChat account: pdlvyou]
The Aurora Museum in Pudong was designed by Japan's Tadao Ando, and is home to Chinese artifacts, Buddhist sculptures, jade and porcelain ware, and stone inscriptions from numerous ancient dynasties. People in Pudong can enjoy learning about history during this year's Mid-Autumn Festival at the museum. [Photo/WeChat account: pdlvyou]
The Aurora Museum plans to host a cultural feast for visitors, who can admire precious cultural relics and art works, listen to traditional Chinese music and enjoy a full moon. [Photo/WeChat account: pdlvyou]