gou-rou.comissue 4 - May 2005
I was walking down the street the other day when I was accosted by a young woman by the side of the road. "Hey," she said, "are you looking for some fun?" "No thanks," I replied, patting my laptop bag, "I've got gou-rou.com; I've got all the fun I need."
Editorial - gou-rou.com editor-in-chief Arabella Green speaks her brain
Taipei Empty - the lights are on, but nobody's home. Henrietta Wang uses words to make sentences.
A Month In Pictures - gou-rou.com's diligent snappers give you the lowdown in pictorial fashion.
Hair Today - has Beijing descended into a state of barbery? Kirsty Foyne has the answers.
Competition Time - a chance to win prizes!
A Bite To Eat with Dino Zapataria
Beijing Beats - Winston Poirot is too hip to skip hip-hop
On The Dancefloor - Solomon West takes a dip in some salsa
City Girl - the urban highlife, with Angel Chu
Thought for the Month
"Since the '80s, when contemporary art started to evolve in China, Beijing, being the cultural capital of China soon became also the centre for this new movement. Though Guangzhou and Shanghai are catching up quickly, Beijing still is until nowadays the grande dame of contemporary art and the place where locals and foreigners can easily experience their first contact with contemporary art."
Johannes Neubacher (sic), Time Out Beijing, English edition May 2005