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June-18-2019
A touch of Latin American and Caribbean art in Beijing
A Latin American and Caribbean art exhibition in Beijing presents 48 works including paintings, sculptures and installations created by artists from Cuba, Costa Rica, Mexico, and Uruguay.
June-18-2019
Craftsmanship of Huishan's clay sculptures
Figurines recreated from the local opera Heroines of the Yang Family by an anonymous artist in the early 20th century are displayed at the exhibition, The Life of Clay.
June-18-2019
Arriving late for the Game of Thrones party was no bad thing
Like many people in China and around the world I've developed quite an obsession for Game of Thrones, and especially now that it has reached its finale.
June-18-2019
Singer Yang Kun plays a boxer in new film
Singer-actor Yang Kun reveals the behind-the-sequence stories of his new film The Heart.
June-18-2019
Theater performance puts spotlight on myasthenia gravis
A theater performance was held to showcase stories of people who suffer from myasthenia gravis.
June-18-2019
Chinese artists to perform traditional folk music
Nearly 80 musicians from the China Broadcasting Performing Arts Troupe (CBPAT) will present a special concert mainly featuring traditional Chinese folk music in the western US state of Washington, a Seattle-based newspaper said Friday.
June-18-2019
Embracing the cultural wealth of a shared historical legacy
An exhibition of official records from Macao during the Qing Dynasty (1644-1911) from the National Archive of Torre do Tombo opened in Beijing.
June-18-2019
French musical 'Romeo and Juliet' starts China tour
French musical "Romeo & Juliette" has started a tour in China recently with a show in Beijing Century Theatre.
June-18-2019
'Toy Story 4' to hit Chinese screens
Pixar and Disney's animation film "Toy Story 4" will hit Chinese mainland screens on Friday.
June-18-2019
Filmmakers confident about China's movie market
Amid growing concerns about the decline of China's movie market, filmmakers attending the ongoing 22nd Shanghai International Film Festival (SIFF) expressed confidence, saying that its golden age has just begun.
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