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Part of The Art and Science of Sustainability series, Living Yangtze by Eric Valli for Swarovski Waterschool is a multi-media project. Documented by Valli over a six-month period, it features over 96 photographs and seven short documentary films, narrating the stories of seven different communities living along the Yangtze River.

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Chu Chee Seabass, or fried seabass with red curry paste, is part of Thai Iron Chef Chumpol Janprai's repertoire of three menus that celebrate his Thai roots.

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Dancer Joavien Ng explores the themes of obsession, ritual and tragedy in her new work

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Ichikawa (above) returns to Singapore with two plays that have never been performed before.

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Ichikawa (above) returns to Singapore with two plays that have never been performed before.

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Monteiro (left) and Pao pay homage to Paris as well as French composer Michel Legrand.

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ART & SCIENCE OF SUSTAINABILITY

IF museums won't talk about the issues of sustainability, who will? Executive director of ArtScience Museum Honor Harger says: "It's always been a subject very close to our hearts. In order to address the critical environmental

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