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Chinese Lunar New Year parade kicks off in Chicago
A parade celebrating Chinese Lunar New Year was held on Sunday in Chinatown on the South Side of Chicago, the first time since the COVID-19 pandemic hit the city.
Xiaoguo comedy brings Chinese New Year cheer to US audience
A group of Chinese standup comedians started their tour across North America at McCaw Hall in Seattle on Friday.
New Palace Museum site to show more relics
More than 1 million visits were made to museums across Beijing during the Spring Festival holidays, marking a robust revival for the city's cultural venues.
Sound of Spring concert held to celebrate Chinese New Year
A unique Chinese New Year concert "The Sound of Spring" was held in New York on Saturday.
Protection plan released for Beijing's Central Axis
The protection management plan for Beijing's Central Axis from 2022 to 2035 was released on Saturday, marking a new stage in its conservation, sustainable development and application as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Coffee culture makes a good blend with business in Baoting
As one of the village's cultural centers, the cafe aims to attract returning migrant workers, as well as become a rural tourism spot where travelers will be able to enjoy a quiet, relaxing coffee as they savor the countryside views.
People in Malta celebrate Chinese Lunar New Year
Celebrations of the Chinese Lunar New Year, or the Spring Festival, were held in Malta's largest shopping mall in Sliema, a commercial centre in eastern Malta on Saturday.
'Avatar: The Way of Water' tops North American box office for 7th consecutive weekend
James Cameron's science fiction film "Avatar: The Way of Water" remained top at the North American box office for the seventh consecutive weekend with an estimated three-day cume of 15.7 million U.S. dollars, measurement firm Comscore released on Sunday.
​Chinese film market rebounds during Spring Festival
Cinemas in China excitedly welcomed back flocks of moviegoers to see movies on the big screen during the recent Spring Festival holiday, with the box office total reaching the second highest in history.
Sports enthusiasts take to slopes for Lunar New Year
To celebrate Lunar New Year, the Badaling Great Wall in Beijing was illumined as the night fell during the Spring Festival holiday, which echoed the busy skiing and skating venues near the UNESCO World Heritage Site.
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