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China International Youth Arts Festival opens in Xiamen
The 15th China International Youth Arts Festival kicked off on Tuesday in the eastern Chinese city of Xiamen, with multiple cultural exchange activities held both online and offline.
Withered leaves find new life in a bookstore
As Minor Snow, the 20th of 24 solar terms, falls on today, the landscape of Northern China is becoming a palette of yellow, brown, green and white.
Chinese-Cuban artist holds solo showcase in Shanghai
The solo exhibition of Cuban artist Flora Fong, titled Masked Tropical Lady, opened at Shanghai Xspace on Nov 18, and will run for a month.
Digital libraries light up inner world of visually impaired
Barrier-free movies are one of several digital services the Shandong Library has launched to enrich the cultural life of the visually impaired.
Translation of Analects of Confucius enhances China-Malta cultural exchange
​The Analects of Confucius is a fine example of world literature and the publication of the Maltese version of the ancient Chinese book would further enhance cultural exchanges between China and Malta, said Maltese sinologist and translator of the book Salvatore Giuffre.
Chinese teen singer-songwriter releases debut int'l album
Cammy J, a 15-year-old musical prodigy and the first Chinese artist signed under the Republic Records label, released a new original album in Beijing on Nov. 18.
Old shipwreck recovered from Yangtze riverbed
A 150-year-old shipwreck believed to be a treasure trove of cultural relics was successfully lifted from a riverbed near Shanghai early Monday morning in a high-tech salvage operation.
Paleolithic site found in east China's Shandong
Archaeologists have found a Paleolithic site at the lower reaches of the Bashan Reservoir in Yishui County of east China's Shandong Province, according to the provincial institute of cultural relics and archaeology.
Chinese artist recognized for enriching San Francisco culture
The Flying Colors presented more than 60 pieces of Chinese ink paintings by Arthur Ku, at San Francisco City Hall.
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