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Mini drama in NW China puts local residents on stage
The drama festival in Yinchuan aims to use drama as a bridge and let more people feel the charm of drama through public participation.
Ridley Scott epic examines rise and fall of Napoleon
In the eagerly awaited Hollywood epic "Napoleon," director Ridley Scott unveils his interpretation of the legendary French emperor's life. The film is set for release in China on Dec. 1.
Nobel author Mo Yan honored with museum
To honor his achievements and boost rural development, a new museum dedicated to Mo Yan opened to visitors in Gaomi, Shandong province, on Tuesday.
Comet set to light up Shanghai
A new rendition of Dave Malloy's musical Natasha, Pierre, and the Great Comet of 1812 will premiere in Shanghai in January.
​Arthouse film earns acclaim for boldness
Director Li Xu's "Sunflower in the Dark" premiered on Tuesday in Beijing, earning wide praise from critics and audience members for its bold exploration of life and death.
Yan Ge: Writing beyond borders
Chinese author Yan Ge speaks about her English-language debut, her approach to writing in a second language, and how she tries to, in her own words, "write against English."
​World's first 'Zootopia' land begins test run
The world's first Zootopia-themed land, scheduled to open to the public on Dec. 20 at Shanghai Disney Resort, will launch trial operations on Dec. 1, the resort announced Wednesday.
Film explores rise and fall of France's emperor
British director Ridley Scott's highly anticipated outing, "Napoleon," will be released across the country on Dec. 1. 
Highlighting cultural resources to the next generation
Shan Jixiang, former curator of the Palace Museum, delivered a presentation entitled "The Power of Culture: Activating Cultural Heritage Resources" at a recent event aimed at providing established figures a platform to address the younger generation.
Chinese company donates over 500 books to Egyptian university
China's petrochemical giant Sinopec donated more than 500 books to Egyptian Chinese University (ECU) on Tuesday.
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