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Faces of JUE: Performer & Storyteller Jenevieve Chang

Writer and performer Jenevieve Chang is about to close a book deal on her novel about her Chinese-Australian childhood, mixed in with her heady time in 2008-2010 working as a dancer at China Town Burlesque Club, Shanghai. She has just completed a season of a show called ‘Stories Then and Now’, directed by William Yang & Annette Shun Wah. In the show, she recounts her ancestral family crossing from China to Australia in the 20th century juxtaposed against her own personal history living and working in Shanghai almost 100 years later, through a series of personal photographs, storytelling and performance.

Event Information:
Shanghai: March 9th 3pm @Yuncai Cafe
Address: Inside Changshou Park 260 Changshou Lu, near Xikang Lu, Putuo District
Beijing: March 18th 8pm @The Bookworm
Address: Building 4, Nan Sanlitun Rd, Chaoyang District
Tickets: FREE
About JUE | Music + Art Festival:
觉 / JUE (pronounced joo-eh) –verb: to sense; to awaken. JUE | Music + Art is an annual urban festival that embraces the whole of Beijing and Shanghai. Celebrating its 6th year in 2014, JUE is all about showcasing the best of local creative communities in these two great cities, as well as inviting artists from around the world to share their talent with China. We’re all about community, doing everything we can to set an intimate vibe, and to carefully weave every one of our artists and events into a multidisciplinary masterpiece.