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Exhibition highlights special-needs artists


14th May 2021

Exhibition highlights special-needs artists

By Wang Jie

An exhibition bringing together artwork from students and professional artists, including a 13-year-old autistic child from the Shanghai Pudong New Area Special Education School, will open at the JW Marriott Tomorrow Square Plaza on Saturday.

“Special Slices” is organized by Xiersen, a local NGO with a mission to improve special education in China.

Included are over 50 pieces of original art from Chinese special schools, such as the Shanghai Pudong New Area Special Education School, Shanghai Minhang Qizhi School and Hangzhou Yanglingzi. There is also a gift store selling products featuring the artists’ works.


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