Shanghai-based artistHu Xiangcheng’s second solo exhibition is on show at Shanghai Gallery of Art. Hu started his artistic career in the 1980s, painting realistic pieces. A visit to Tibet prompted him to meditate on the spiritual world as opposed to material existence. His time in South Africa inspired him to include symbolic patterns and totem images in his paintings. On exhibition are about 50 paintings, as well as installations and sculptures. A reproduction of his studio is also presented at the exhibition hall. 11 am-7 pm, until April 16. Shanghai Gallery of Art, 3F, 3 Zhongshan E1 Lu (Road), Shanghai. 021-6321-5757. A musical adaptation of the film Papa, Can YouHearMe Sing is set to hit the stage. The play Glass Anatomy is being produced by Toy Factory from Singapore, featuring hit songs that were popular among the Chinese community all over the world. The musical will tour the country after the Chinese premiere in Shanghai. The film by Bak-MingWong was released by Taiwan in 1983, telling a story of a deaf veteran and his adopted daughter. Besides the love story and family drama, the film’s success is largely thanks to the music composition by Shou-Chuan Lee. 7:15 pm, March 28-30. Shanghai Culture Square, 597 Fuxing Lu (Road) Middle, Shanghai, 021-5461-9960.