Ruijingya Tang

Ruijingya Tang is an arts editor and cartoonist at the Tufts Daily. She is a sophomore majoring in Biology. She can be reached at ruijingya.tang@tufts.edu


Chantal Zakari’s ‘Cogent Message’ deconstructs institutional failings

The recently revealed college admissions scam reinforced the long-established image of higher education institutions as the playground of the privileged. With Tufts being the epitome of such institutions, it is almost impossible to argue against the socioeconomic homogeneity of universities. However, it is also important to recognize that numerous higher education institutions are also victims of […]


‘Let Me Explain to You What This Means’: power lost in translation

Today, in an era of globalization and mass media, power manifests itself as the agency to express oneself or control others’ expressions, probably more prominently than ever. The malleability of language — especially during the process of translation — becomes a possible mechanism of control and exploitation. Working within this cultural landscape, the Boston-based artist Gabriel Sosa […]


Daily Week: Meet the arts editors

Libby Langsner — Class Year: 2019, Position: Executive Arts Editor, Major: Art history, Mainly covers: Museum and gallery exhibitions Why Arts?: Are there other sections? Just kidding … but in all seriousness, I get to write about my favorite things and work with my favorite people, what more can a girl ask for? Favorite Movie: “Goodfellas” (1990). Best Thing […]


‘Right Now This Moment’ makes time, memory palpable

Near the heart of the lively city of Boston is a dimly lit space of meditative stillness. Currently, the School of Museum of Fine Arts (SMFA) at Tufts is hosting “Suara Welitoff: Right Now This Moment,” an exhibition of selected works by filmmaker Suara Welitoff. Suara Welitoff (1951–) is an artist based in Cambridge, Mass. Welitoff has a […]


‘The Wandering Earth’: China enters space on screen

Released on Feb. 5, “The Wandering Earth” (2019), China’s debut sci-fi film spectacle, is now playing in Boston. The film was adapted from a novella of the same name by author Liu Cixin, winner of numerous prestigious sci-fi awards within and outside China, such as the Galaxy Award, the Locus Award and the Hugo Award. […]


MFA hosts the Boston Festival of Films from Japan

From Feb. 1 to Feb. 28, the Museum of Fine Arts (MFA) presents the Boston Festival of Films from Japan. The featured films represent various genres, including animation, fiction and documentary films. The films also touch on a variety of themes and subjects. Two films, specifically “Maquia: When the Promised Flower Blooms” (2018) and “Shoplifters” (2018), explore […]


‘Ansel Adams in Our Time’: Between us and nature

The very same Museum of Fine Arts (MFA) gallery that hosted Takashi Murakami’s “Superflat” monsters and 19th century Japanese paintings last year is now, as the site for the exhibition “Ansel Adams in Our Time,” temporarily home to the transcendentalist photographs of Ansel Adams (1902–1984) and those who came before and after him. Once again, the MFA weaves through […]


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