The Wuxi authorities have turned an old steelworks into a film studio in order to develop the local film industry and develop young talent. The studio has been up and running for around two years, and has seen a huge influx of students and independent artists coming to the studio to master the art.
The local government, which offers 500 RMB a month subsidies for college graduates who go to work there, originally invested in the studio as a response to China’s ‘weak’ cultural industry.
The studio has since come on in leaps and bounds and has collaborated with domestic productions as well as working on movies from Hollywood and South Korea.
A craving for the foods we grew up with happens to all of us, regardless of how long we’ve lived away from our home countries. Here in Wuxi, foreigners wishing to buy imported goods have a number of options at their disposal.
Popular Australian group, ‘Jersey Boys’, Brent Trotter, Adam Stafford, Dave Burrows and David Irvine have toured the world and are bringing their show to the Wuxi Grand Theatre September 23
69 Bus Routes in Wuxi To Get Free 4G.
Wuxi Taihu Lake Festival at Ziyingdian Lake Park October 1-3 will display foreign and local talent
Passengers from Wuxi can now check in for flights out of Shanghai airports from the new terminal that has opened up in Wuxi bus station.
Subway Line 1 in Wuxi opened on a trial basis on July 1. The new line will run from 06:30-21:30 every day during the trial period.
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