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10/01/2016 Nuit Blanche Toronto Downtown Free

Nuit Blanche Toronto is set to transform the city with contemporary art from 6:58 p.m. on Saturday, October 1 until sunrise on Sunday, October 2. Featuring nearly 90 contemporary art projects from more than 300 local, national and international artists, this annual all-night event is produced by the City of Toronto in collaboration with the arts community. This year, the City-produced exhibitions will be located at Nathan Phillips Square/City Hall; along John Street between Dundas and Front Street; along Bay Street from Dundas to Front Street; and along the waterfront, between Bay Street and Harbourfront Centre.

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最美是集美

Tuesday January 24, 2006 - 08:34pm (EST)

When I moved to Jimei 9 months ago, I was not familiar with the place. I got used to it after half a year. According to one of my neighbors, “Some part of Jimei is nice, some part of Jimei is disgusting”. Not for only once, when I walk along some beautiful quiet streets of Jimei, I feel the beauty of it and feel like in the heaven. Even till now  I am still not familiar with it, but when the bus drives along the bridge and I look at that place, I know I do know something about this place and it is part of my memory for ever. And just before the Chinese new year, I hear the song composed by one of the Jimei people. “最美是集美,集天下之美”.