• Geschützt: From Goa with Love – New Book to support kids in Goa, India

    Es gibt keine Kurzfassung, da dies ein geschützter Beitrag ist.


  • Urban Farming Incubator

    For all nature lovers, now there’s a sino-german urban garden place in Berlin- Mitte! The intercultural urban farming demo is located in Max-Pflanzen Garden as of „Urban Farming Incubator“ – a project realized in the frame of CITYMAKERS China-Germany.


  • Exhibition „The beautiful Book – Das schöne Buch“ in Nanjing

    It was a great honor to be invited by the Goethe Institute China and the Nanjing Fine Arts Institute for the sino-german book design exhibition: „Das schöne Buch “ at the AMNUA-museum of Fine Arts Nanjing.


  • Exhibition Shanghai Liu Haisu Art Museum

    What’s the future of the drawing in the digital age? How can it come to life on a screen? A contribution for the „Shanghai Visual Art & Design Exhibition“ in the section "moving posters" in Liu Haisu Art Museum Shanghai.


  • L’Art du Tampon – the Art of Stamp

    A creative stamp workshop at the handcraft marché de Noël (christmas market) of the Franco-German Youth Office (FGYO) in Berlin


  • M Í N is here

    Studio Wu 無 is honored to be commissioned by XIAOMING – a renown design platform and online magazine in China for the redesign of their visual identity.


  • Coming soon: Yaotaos Zeichen

    After more than four years of preparation, my next marathon-like book project „Yaotaos Zeichen“(Yaotao’s Characters) will be finally published by kunstanstifter publishers in September!


  • Citymakers on a diplomatic mission

    As a member of the Citymakers Germany-China program, I felt greatly honored to be part of the cultural delegation of our foreign Minister Sigmar Gabriel on his 1 day journey to Beijing.


  • A Typographic Day for Confucius Magazine Leipzig

    A sunny typographic day with the Design and Picture Editing Team of Confucius Magazine (Leipzig) in Berlin.


  • Chinabox

    Illustration art for a bilingual anthology of 12 chinese contemporary poets with over 100 poems – translated and edited by Lea Schneider, published by Verlagshaus Berlin.