Badiucao, the inspiring Chinese activist, presented his brand-new installation about his vision and perception of politics, the hottest topic in modern society, at DOX, the center of contemporary art in the industrial area of Prague 7. The performance has gathered international attention, thanks to which the artist has become well-known for his controversial opinions on China and life beyond the Great Wall, which is generally hidden from the public. In this way, the artist enables visitors and art-enthusiasts to discover and comprehend the ‘real’ China, especially the political impact (and its control) on society’s lives.  The exhibition runs throughout the summer nights, resembling the pinky cotton candy color and taste of refreshing watermelon lemonades – from 13.05 till 28.08.  Badiucao:Read more.

Starving for an Asian dish but don’t have any idea where to go? Although I don’t eat in bad restaurants or bistros, I love great food, and I love Asian food in particular. I prefer Vietnamese (e.g., Pho Bo, Bun Bo Nam Bo) or Japanese (e.g., sushi or ramen), but if there is a good Chinese Kung Pao I would go ahead and try it. For typical and authentic Vietnamese cuisine, check my review of Pho Viet Huong, and for Thai dishes I would recommend Yam, Yam restaurant (review coming soon). For Japanese sushi, I love sushi from a place called Baifu near Brumlovka, as they have running sushi for a nice price, and they make many variations of fresh sushi fromRead more.