Teorema 1968 film written and directed by Pier Paolo Pasolini

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Medea 1969 film by Pier Paolo Pasolini

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The White-Haired Girl / 白毛女
Chinese revolutionary ballet which premiered in 1965, and was made one of the Eight Model Operas which dominated the national stage during the Cultural Revolution.

The Red Detachment of Women / 红色娘子军
Chinese revolutionary ballet which premiered in 1964 and was made one of the Eight Model Operas which dominated the national stage during the Cultural Revolution.

Expectation / Erwartung / 希望  Acrylic on Canvas / Acryl auf Leinwand 80x100cm, 2010© Musk Ming

Expectation / Erwartung / 希望
Acrylic on Canvas / Acryl auf Leinwand
80x100cm, 2010
© Musk Ming

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Musk Ming "visual kei"
Photos by Fannella (Spring 2014)

Musk Ming "visual kei"

Photos by Fannella (Spring 2014)

Musk Ming in “DO IT NOW" music video

Joey Wong 王祖賢 in “Green Snake / 青蛇" (1993 Hong Kong film, dir. Tsui Hark)

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MUSK MING in music video “Best Friends
© 2014 LightGeist

MUSK MING in music video “Best Friends
© 2014 LightGeist

Music video with MUSK MING performing “Best Friends”
© 2014 LightGeist
Location: Blueberry Bar Berlin, Motzstr. 58, 10777 Berlin
Starring MUSK MING and the wonderful Gang: Bea Müller, Benita Mussolini, Polly Sportage, Dolores Retromuschi, Jil-Maria Burger, Marleen Veronica, Lilith von Styx, Grady van Oranje Weiß, Hannelore Grotten-Meier, Franzi Irene van Bergen, Cosmo, Renate Weinert, King Ralph, Lord Läster

Veronica Yip Yuk Hing 葉玉卿

(born 12 February 1966) Hong Kong actress

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Shirley Yamaguchi / Li Xianglan / 李香蘭 / 山口淑子

(12 February 1920 – 7 September 2014) China-born Japanese actress and singer, made a career in China, Japan, Hong Kong, and the United States. She was elected as a member of the Japanese Diet in the 1970s and served for 18 years.

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A-Shirt / 背心 Chinese ink on paper 21x30cm, 2005 © Musk Ming

A-Shirt / 背心
Chinese ink on paper
21x30cm, 2005
© Musk Ming

Maggie Cheung 張曼玉 as Ruan Lingyu in Centre Stage 阮玲玉 (1992 Hongkong film, directed by Stanley Kwan 關錦鵬)

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