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'Princess Wencheng' staged for 9th year in Tibet
An outdoor opera based on the life of a Tang Dynasty princess kicked off its ninth-year performance in China's Tibet.
'Hi, Mom' tops $825M at China's box office
​China's tear-jerker film "Hi, Mom" saw its cumulative box office revenue top 5.4 billion yuan (825 million U.S. dollars) as of Saturday, the 58th day of its screening.
New book published on Three Gorges cultural-relic protection
​A new book has been published on cultural-relic protection work associated with the Three Gorges project, a vast multi-functional water-control system on the Yangtze River, China's longest waterway.
Nighttime spectacle debuts at Shanghai Disneyland
Amid awe and cheers, Shanghai Disneyland launched a brand-new nighttime show, featuring Marvel characters and more, to celebrate its five-year anniversary.
Legendary translator sends message of hope to youngsters
Legendary Chinese literature translator Xu Yuanchong has encouraged China's younger generations to carry forward fine traditional Chinese culture and communicate it to the rest of the world.
'Sister' continues to lead China's box office
Domestic feature film "Sister" continued to lead Chinese mainland box office, with daily revenue of 30 million yuan (around 4.59 million dollars) on Friday.
Zhang Yimou's first spy film to hit US theaters day-and-date with China
"Cliff Walkers," the first foray of renowned Chinese director Zhang Yimou into the spy genre, is set for release in North America on April 30, premiering day-and-date with China.
Family drama triggers sibling ethics discussion
The domestic family drama film "Sister" has triggered a heated social discussion about feminism and family relationships.
Chinese content providers pledge to strengthen copyright protection
Ten Chinese content providers signed a joint declaration to step up Internet copyright protection and encourage creativity in the digital age.
Egypt unveils discovery of 3000-year-old 'Lost Gold City' in Luxor
An Egyptian archeological mission announced on Thursday the discovery of a 3000-year-old "Lost Gold City" (LGC) in Egypt's monument-rich city of Luxor.
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