Suzhou has a long history of refinement. It has been a center for visual and performing arts for centuries while Shanghai and Singapore were still muddy backwaters and mangrove swamps. The city’s is renowned for its paintings, sculptures, ceramics, and crafts such as silk embroidery, carpentry and jade carving. There has been a renaissance over the last five years supported by the demand for well-appointed offices, sophisticated restaurants and decorations for the homes of arriving expat families and a rising middle class who have flocked to the new housing estates and have walls to decorate and floor space to cover.
1 Guanfeng Street, Suzhou Industrial Park (close to Xiandai Avenue)
1 Dongyuan Road, Wuzhong District
Yangcheng Lake Avenue, Wuzhong District
8 Yuelang Street, Suzhou Industrial Park
Mar 4 - Mar 4 | Suzhou Poly Grand Theatre | 50 yuan
The Quintessence Saxophone Quintet is among the world's most creative contemporary saxophone ensembles. The five have become very adept in ...
Mar 10 - Mar 10 | Suzhou Culture and Arts Center | 80-580 yuan
Mussorgsky’s “Introduction to Khovantchina: Dawn over the Moscow River,” Tchaikovsky’s “Francesca da Rimini: Symphonic Fantasy after Dante, ...