"At the present moment, China is a society where the economy is developing at a rapid pace, but where the level of education is seriously lagging behind. When the population starts to demand and consume culture and art, it isn’t necessarily clear what sort of cultural products they might require," said Dong Mengyang, director and founder of the exhibition.
Opinion: Despite serious problems in China’s housing market, ‘bubble’ is the wrong word to describe fast-rising property prices
"Investors, analysts and the press have been predicting Chinese real-estate Armageddon for the better part of a decade," writes the author. "But there has been no nationwide crash. Prices have weakened for a time, typically when the government clamps down on buying, only to take off again every few years."
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