Besides the articles listed below, this issue also features transcriptions of a panel discussion and a meeting about a project:

Looking Forward from Venice: The Prospects of Contemporary Chinese Art. Took place on the 14th June 2003 in Venice, Italy. Participants included: Lu Jie, Wang Shunkit, Zheng Shengtian, Chang Tsongzung, Fei Dawei, Ung Vaimeng, Manray Hsu, Huang Tsailang, Lin Shumin, Yang Shinyi, Chris Mao, Lau Kinwah, Tsang Takping, Leung Chinfung and Hou Hanru.

Long March: A Walking Visual Display On-Site Criticism Meeting. Took place on the 10th April 2003 at Sanlian Bookstore Cafe in Beijing, China. Participants included Hang Jian, Han Yuhai, Huang Ping, Kuang Xinnian, Li Xuejun, Lu Jie, Meng Hui, Qi Jianping, Philip Tinari, Wang Hui, Wang Jianwei, Wang Mingxian, Zhang Guangtian and Zhu Jinshi.

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Take One: Cruel/Loving Bodies - Sasha Suling WELLAND, 魏淑淩
In Anticipation of Men's Art: Re-reading Women's Art in Hong Kong - LEUNG Poshan Anthony, 梁寶山
Casting the Mold of Female Body and Identity: Reinterpreting Biographies of Exemplary Women - WU Weihe, 吳偉和
Lift the Cover from Your Head - HE Chengyao, 何成瑤
The Body as Site for the Feminine and the Intercultural - Lesley SANDERSON
The Stranger: an Artist's Statement - Mayling TO, 杜美玲
Take Two: Cruel/Loving Bodies - susan pui san lok, 駱佩珊
Yu Hong's Witness to Growth:Historic Determination and Individual Contingency - Xenia TETMAJER VON PRZERWA, 梅瑞婷
Emerging from Behind the Screen of Female Art - YANG Li, 楊荔, GU Zhenqing, 顧振清
Three Men and a Camera: Chang Yung Ho, Wang Jianwei, and Yang Fudong - Vivian REHBERG
Interviews with Chang Yung Ho, Wang Jianwei, and Yang Fudong - Hans Ulrich OBRIST
If it isn't built, It Can't Be Torn Down: Notes on Wang Wei's Temporary Space - Philip TINARI, 田霏宇
Chen Zhen at P.S. 1 - Jonathan GOODMAN
Rong Rong's East Village at Chambers Fine Art - Jonathan GOODMAN
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Yishu: Journal of Contemporary Chinese Art (Vol. 2, No. 3; Fall/Sep 2003), 典藏國際版 (第2卷, 第3期)