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Beijing launches global zodiac design competition
The 2023 Global Zodiac Design Competition, aiming to extensively collect design works related to the zodiac of the next year, kicked off in Beijing.
Friendship between teacher and students marked at exhibition
Dozens of ink-color paintings by Qi Baishi and two of his most accomplished disciples are now on display at the Beijing Fine Art Academy, where they all once worked as resident painters.
Love stories of historical figures translated and published in Chinese
A Chinese translation of Les Revers de L'amour: Une Histoire de la Rupture (The Setbacks of Love: A Story of Breaking up) by French historian Sabine Melchior-Bonnet has been published recently by China Environment Publishing Group. The French version was originally released in 2019.
Australian state announces funding for Chinese community culture museum
Government of the Australian state of New South Wales (NSW) has approved 2.2 million Australian dollars (about 1.54 million U.S. dollars) in funding for a Chinese community culture museum in the country's biggest city, Sydney.
Hangzhou branch of China's national archives available for reservation
The Hangzhou branch of the China National Archives of Publications and Culture in Hangzhou, the capital of east China's Zhejiang Province, is available for reservation from Monday.
Unique line of tigers found in fossils
China University of Geosciences in Wuhan, Hubei province, announced that researchers had recently discovered fossils of an extinct tiger branch species with a history of more than 43,500 years.
Driven by sizzling sci-fi comedy, China's summer box office picks up speed
Chinese sci-fi comedy "Moon Man" was released over the weekend to critical acclaim, generating a whopping revenue of approximately 1 billion yuan (about $148.22 million) in three days through Sunday.
Chinese museum solicits cultural relics exhibits worldwide
The Capital Museum in Beijing has started soliciting cultural relics exhibits worldwide to promote traditional Chinese culture.
Photo exhibition chronicles Taiwan youths' hiking trips in mainland
​A photography exhibition, featuring images captured by Taiwan university students during their hikes in the southwestern regions of the mainland, kicked off in Taipei on Sunday.
Chinese ancient handicraft documentary hits Australian screens
​A documentary titled "Magical Craftsmanship of Suzhou" rolled out across theaters in Australia's Sydney and Melbourne at the weekend, giving locals an up-close look at how ancient handicrafts continue to color modern Chinese life.
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