London Fever / Late Summer London Frenzy

Walking in London | Collecting the fresh look of the weekend: the London Market Treasure Map

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Written by Chloe & Tiffany. Photography/ Tiffany. Part of Images Courtesy of the Markets (stated). Wake up from sleep in the morning on weekends, the alarm clock is one day off today, stretched out and saved the body and mind from the rush of work. Fingers skip the bound suit and put on the most comfortable jeans. The days without plans are best for a day out in the market. The market in London is endless, but loves the authentic atmosphere of life in the city. It was only dawn on Friday, and the Bermondsey Square Antique Market gathered a group of treasure hunters, holding a magnifying glass and screaming, exposing the desire to dig. If it's a lunch on Saturday, take a cup of caramel macchiato and set off for the Borough Market under the bridge. The food stall along the road is responsible for satisfying your lazy taste buds. Put on sunglasses on Sunday, go to the Columbia Road Flower Market, and get a cup of sunshine and flowers. Buy a bunch of lily or a pot of vanilla on the window sill. From weekdays to holidays, randomly select a spot on the London Market Map to experience the lively atmosphere of the city. Broadway Market|The English-inspired flavor, and the wonderful "food" light have been met on busy working days. On the morning of the holiday, you have no plan, just want to find a place to let the body feel the leisurely pace of the weekend, and do not want to meet the crowded Shopping crowd, then Broadway Market is the best place to relax. The earliest history here can be pushed back to 1890. After the bombing of the Second World War and the falling communities, the market declined once. Until 2004, through the promotion of local community self-help, it was revived to today's vigorous development. Business hours are from morning to afternoon every Saturday. Whether you are going out early in the game or getting back home in the evening, you can see London's full-fledged side as you pass by. (left to right) Photograph © Peter Jozwiak & Karen Bryan & Bex Walton & GEM, CC BY...

The circus on the prairie: British circus ghost Timothy Yuval Lenkiewicz is coming to play!

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Remember the circus platform of Kaohsiung Weiwuying at the end of 2016? From the small circle of grass to the outdoor stage, the workshop to the circus and juggling performances brought a variety of surprises for three days, and it also set off a circus boom. The timing came to the Tainan Arts Festival at the beginning of this year. The Taiwanese native circus "FOCA Formosa Circus" cooperated with foreign circus directors to bring out "I Have My Demons Have Me" in Tainan. The Cultural Center’s Thousand People’s Theatre performed, and the circus boom once again hit South Taiwan! British circus director Timothy Yuval Lenkiewicz. Image Courtesy of Taipei Picnic Club. British circus director Timothy Yuval Lenkiewicz. Image Courtesy of Taipei Picnic Club. And the friends of North Taiwan are not only full of question marks at the moment, but also why the circus activities that are full of surprises never cross the turbid water stream? In recent years, he has promoted Taiwan’s circus juggling and spared no effort. At the same time, he was also the first circus platform curator Chen Xinghe (reviewed by Chen Xinghe). This time, through the British Cultural Experience Day event, the circus ghosts from the UK will also be The director of the Devil, Timothy Yuval Lenkiewicz (also known as Tim Lenkiewicz), was invited to bring in two circus performers from the British popular circus and juggling group. Xing Hexiao said that the two groups accepted the invitation to surprise him. The two sides also have a consensus. Preparing Taiwan's less common performances is definitely a fantastic performance! In addition to the director of the ghost, Timothy Yuval Lenkiewicz, this British Cultural Experience Day invited two other circus teams to participate in the event. The picture shows Niamh O'Reilly, the performer who participated in the performance together. Image Courtesy of Taipei Picnic Club. In addition to the ghost director Timothy Yuval Lenkiewicz, this British Cultural Experience Day invited two other circus teams to participate in the event. The picture shows Niamh, the performer who participated in the performance together...

London Calling|Late in the late summer, London Arts Guide

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Written by / Athena Chen & Alice Chan. Image courtesy of Photography & Photography / See pictures. London, the early summer to autumn, is the most comfortable time of the year in the city; it is because of the overheated heat waves for Great Britain. The island brought a warmth, and the whole city seemed to be filled with anger, and all kinds of interesting art activities made London more vital. From design, music, art to performance, the sounds of the city's corners are intertwined into a cultural blueprint of avant-garde and nostalgia. In this ever-changing art scene, from the ancient centenary music theater to the experimentally meaningful near-future performances, walk into the streets and explore the art style of London. London Design Festival | London Design Festival The London Design Festival, which opened on September 16th, is the city's most eye-catching design event of the year. Since 2003, the 14th year of the design festival has not been a simple design event, but a cultural event. As a big festival that promotes the mutual stimulation and promotion of the global creative industry, it spans the fields of home design, fashion, digital, architecture and many other designs and art overlaps, and reflects the inclusiveness of the word “design” in the largest category. And the importance of design to economic, social, cultural, and life. Every year, the London Design Festival will feature Landmark Projects, and this year's most notable is the large installation of the textile designer Camille Walala, Villa Walala. Camille Walala is the most iconic design figure in the field of Memphis Design today. The design is bright, bold and full of colorful patterns. Left to right: 'Villa Walala' by Camille Walala/ MINI Living 2017 by Sam Jacob x MINI/ 'Transmission' by Ross Lovegrove. Images Courtesy of London...

Grab the summer tail! Brit-Pop, Market, Circus and Star Cinema: British Weekend Party on the Grass

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Catch the London direct flight, wear headphones and sing "Lucy in the sky with diamonds~" with the Beatles, drink a bottle of British classic Fuller's beer, or boldly, mixed with crazy and unconventional Punk's Finest The taste makes Big Ben rotate like a kaleidoscope in front of your eyes. The cats on the street, the blue hair of the long hair, passed by, the carriage ran on Baker Street; cross the century and meet Holmes, from Covent Garden to Red Brick Lane to Whitechapel, find clues on the graffiti on the wall, crack Jack The Ripper ripper. Daydreaming patients like you, in the late summer is to spend pure hedonism! 9/23 Chinatown and Taipei Picnic Club jointly held the "British Cultural Experience Day", catching the London wave, 60's Mod, rebellious punk or the most popular East London Kid, no matter which tribe you belong to, this time, don't picnic Walking around the market, listening to music, lying on the green grass with blue, white and red flags, and carnival with the circus juggling, playing the British daydream. Catch the summer's tail together and take a look at the atmosphere of the British market and the atmosphere of West London Covent Garden and East London Red Brick Lane. The "British Cultural Experience Day" is the theme of London's big and small market. Whether the weather is hot or the sun, or the rain is pouring into the mist, all kinds of soft whimsy and turmoil inside the small objects, depicting your fascinating imagination of London. Experience the various stalls on the grass market at zero time: classic TWININGS Tang Ning tea is fragrant, bite the British Oyster Seafood Shed from the UK, with the Indie Drinkster cool beer; in the black home of Europe There is no time to move around in the British small things, don't forget to play the fun origami of the local market in London. The Metropolitan Circus Juggling Theater, all the way to make a British black humor...

British swing | The city is not old, the music is not dead: the rock story of the streets of London

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Written by / Athena Chen & Alice Chan. Image Sources: Flickr & Sound Techniques & ALL MUSIC & Roundhouse & Britannia Row Studios & Field Day Festival Facebook. You don't write songs like "God Save the Queen" because you hate the British nation. On the contrary, you are doing such a song because you love them. ——Johnny Rotten, The Sex Pistols As the largest city in the world, London can be said to run through the whole history of British contemporary pop music, a cultural cradle full of individuality and diversity. The British pop music to this day is from rock, hip-hop to electronics. Music, experimental music, etc., in every field, there are musicians who lead innovation and change. In this ever-growing music base, walk into the streets of the city and explore the transformation of London music. The origins of London's musical culture can be derived from Carnaby Street in Soho, the western part of the city centre, which was already famous in the 1960s; it was once the legend of the British rock in the Beatles, the Rolling Stones and the Rolling Stones. The gathering point of the characters is also considered to be one of the signs of the Swinging Sixties. Representing London in the 1960s, it was because of this spiritual foundation that the small shop style on the Carnaby Street street was independent and rebellious, which also set the cultural atmosphere of the city of London. Photograph © Paul Townsend, CC BY-NC...

London walks | Lanes change, red bricks still: East London style shop explore map

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Written by / Alice Chan, Chloe, Sia. Photography / Zhang Youxing. Part of images courtesy of the shops (stated). On Sunday, from the Sunday Up Market, the glass windows of the market reflect the crowds lined up in front of the snack vendors. The hot air was so hot that it was flushed. Walking through the "TRUMAN" bridge, the coffee 1001 barbecue aroma is on the left, and the music played by ROUGH TRADE is suitable for a beer. Step on a short section of the real "brick road" where the high-heeled girls frown frequently (this is probably the only brick road left on this road), go straight to Bethanl Green Road, always forget the Beige Bake bite beef in the noodle shop fruit. Although second-hand clothes, groceries, cafes, and small bars are all the way to the end, the eyes are still in the shape of those who pass by and dress up; the unique group of characters in this area, some holding bouquets, long The peacock feathers are scattered on the clothes, revealing their whereabouts - guess, the Columbia Flower Market in the north must be equally lively. Image Source: The Old Truman Brewery. Image for the Old Truman Brewery. For the Brick Lane in Shoreditch, East London, there is always an unforgettable subtle emotion. Counting the years in London, because the studio where I was working was on this street, and I walked around in the area almost every day. The fairly straight street name corresponds to the old building that is still preserved today, covered with red bricks, the unrenovated street profile, and the Liverpool Street Station...