BEIJING nike hyperadapt uk sale , June 21 (Xinhua) -- Theatertreffen, a German theater festival, held its first event in China on Tuesday.
The National Center for Performing Arts (NCPA) and Shanghai Daning Theater will host three productions as part of the "Theatertreffen in China" program, which runs until July 9.
Theatertreffen was founded in 1964 cheap nike hyperadapt uk , and, along with France's Le Festival d'Avignon and Edinburgh's International Festival, it is one of the biggest in the world, held in May in Berlin every year.
"Common Ground nike hyperadapt uk ," "John Gabriel Borkman," and "Waiting for Godot" were selected by Chinese and German juries to be brought to China. The organizer said that these productions reflected the diversity and modernity of German productions.
Three productions will be in German with Chinese subtitles.
"Common Ground," directed by Yael Ronen, discusses the war in former Yugoslavia. It explores the collision of different cultures Women's Nike Air Skylon 2 White Purple UK , symbiosis and conflict, and deals with difficult social issues in a "common ground."
The story shows the characteristics of the era through personal experience, according to Thomas Oberender, director of the Berliner Festspiele Arts Center. It will be performed on June 21 and 22 in Beijing Men's Nike Flex 2018 RN White Black UK , and June 24 and 25 in Shanghai.
Ibsen's "John Gabriel Borkman," presented by a group from Schauspielhaus Hamburg, shows individualism and economic crisis in a new light. It will be brought onto Beijing stage on June 25 and 26, and Shanghai on June 29 and 30.
"German drama usually focuses on contemporary events and social issues. Some classic plays nowadays will contain a heuristic value," Clemens Treter Men's Nike React Hyperdunk Flyknit Pale Grey Silver UK , director of Goethe-Institute China said. "There are nearly 300 municipal or provincial theaters in Germany, that's why drama has an important role in the cultural lives of the German people," he added.
Thomas Oberender has been engaged in cultural promotion work in Europe since 2000. As he had visited Shanghai previously, he felt very positively about actors and enthusiasts. Then, he brought the Berlin festival to China.
"Theatertreffen in China" is part of the second International drama season in NCPA. Jiang Tao, Vice-Director of the program department at NCPA hopes to create a Chinese-Western platform for drama exchange. "Drama could give rise to discussion of social issues Women's Nike Vandal 2K Black Gold UK ," he said. Enditem
By Oliver Trust
PARIS， June 9 (Xinhua) -- With Euro 2016 only a day away， German head coach Joachim Loew has to solve maybe the biggest problem in a coaching life -- find a leader for his team.
Despite weeks of bad news with many German players out injured or others still struggling to find full fitness， it looks like Loew is close to finding a satisfactory solution.
Behind the success of 26-year-old Toni Kroos from Real Madrid are plain facts and figures. The data is collected by a new system which in turn relies on a previously unknown system run by the Germany-based company， Impect. It counts the number of opponents that players take out of the game with their passing.
According to the statistics， Kroos topped the ratings with 85 opponents. The average for the German Bundesliga is 28. The team with the better passers， according to "Impect" ， wins 86 per cent of the games.
Despite his poor off-the-pitch entertainment qualities， Kroos can fall back on the experience gained by winning the Champions League twice and， more than any other German player， he seems to be imperturbable.
"I don' t feel stress before games. I think it' s my key to success. I can count on my skills no matter what kind of game is lying ahead，" said the midfielder.
He is also pleased with the new data system which he believes offers a more precise match analysis， "because it is about the quality of passes not about their number and frequency" .
Facts and figures might speak for Kroos， but is a better than average passing ability enough for a player to become a good leader?
If he is to take over the leadership of the German team， Kroos will have to succeed a man like Bastian Schweinsteiger who drove the side to the World Cup win in 2014.
Kroos should have no problem in taking over the role as he has just won the Champions League with Real Madrid alongside stars like Cristiano Ronaldo and Gareth Bale. However German fans can still see the pictures of Schweinsteiger propelling his team to win the final against Argentina with blood running down his cheek after he suffered a cut.
Maybe that is one of the reasons why Loew has nominated the injured Schweinsteiger after a poor season with his club. Having a man like him that can only currently play for 20 minutes is far from being ideal. An ice-cold Kroos therefore seems to be the best solution for the time being.
Kroos appears to be the last man standing in Germany`s midfield as Sami Khedira is also lacking fitness for the role alongside the next German leader， whoever it may be.
"I always want the ball and take responsibility and am never overawed，" Kroos said. "In the end it all comes down to the fact that the more we have the ball， the more we dominate the game and the better the chance we have of winning."
Winning the Champions League twice and being a vital part of one football' s big guns does not seem quite enough at the moment for him to become Schweinsteiger' s natural successor. Kroos will have to fight for leadership and the fans' hearts.
When he left German champions Bayern Munich in 2014， many regarded him as being a valuable player but there were few tears when he departed. K