Split Works is pleased and touched to announce that our recent donation of new, unworn clothing from previous music events has been received by the children in need supported by Morning Tears. Following the partnership between Morning Tears and Split Works’ JUE | Music + Art festival, Split Works donated the unworn shirts from Yue Festival, previously collecting dust in the office, to the children in far greater need. We are happy to see the shirts finally be put to good use, and are looking forward to continued partnership with Morning Tears for JUE | Music + Art 2013.
Morning Tears is an organization for children whose parents are in prison. Morning Tears started in 1999 as a small organization in China without formal structure. Today Morning Tears is a registered Non-Governmental Organization with legal accreditations for child protection in several countries around the world.
Founded in 2006, Split Works is China’s first concert promotions agency dedicated to bringing independent overseas artists to China and Greater Asia. In 2009, they launched JUE | Music + Art, a three-week urban arts festival celebrating the best of Beijing and Shanghai’s creative communities. In 2011, they launched the Black Rabbit Music Festival, China’s biggest music festival.