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International Tea Day celebrated in Beijing
Every May 21, the world commemorates International Tea Day, emphasizing the vital role of tea production and consumption in combating poverty while honoring the rich tapestry of art, culture, and lifestyles intricately woven around the beloved beverage.
Competition launched to promote musical education and youth talent
The China Popular Music Association and the China Society for the Studies of Children Literature have jointly launched the Children's Band Battle, a prestigious national event unveiled in Beijing on Wednesday.
Retrieving history from the past
Findings at Wuwangdun shed intriguing light on how society was organized millennia ago.
China Soong Ching Ling Foundation hosts drama education class for children
In a recent initiative, the China Soong Ching Ling Foundation orchestrated a drama education class at the China National Theater for Children, drawing nearly 100 participants, including educators and students from primary schools in Beijing alongside foreign children residing in China.
Cambodia Shaolin Temple Cultural Center launched in Phnom Penh
The Cambodia Shaolin Temple Cultural Center was inaugurated in the capital of Cambodia on Wednesday, aiming at promoting cultural ties, religious tourism and people-to-people contact between China and Cambodia.
Tanzania promotes heritage, beauty to attract Chinese tourists
A gala featuring traditional Tanzanian music, dancing and acrobatics, along with a tourism documentary, impressed an audience that packed the China National Opera House in Beijing on May 15.
New findings illuminate details about SW China ancient capital
New archaeological discoveries in southwest China's Yunnan Province have brought archaeologists closer to figuring out the layout of the administrative quarter of ancient Yizhoujun, a region covering large swaths of modern Yunnan.
An amazing Chinese class for American students
Chinese folk dance, Tai Chi performance, and playing of Erhu and Guzheng -- both traditional Chinese music instruments -- brought Chinese cultural concepts vividly to the American students.
Tanzanian college students shine in Chinese language competition
The 23rd Chinese Bridge-Chinese Proficiency Competition for Foreign College Students was held on Wednesday in Tanzania's port city of Dar es Salaam, with students from schools across the country proving their prowess in the language.
​Chinese sci-fi community marks significant anniversaries
The Chinese science fiction community last weekend celebrated the 120th anniversary of the genre's birth in China and the 15th anniversary of the country's top sci-fi award, using the milestone as an opportunity to reflect on the past and envision the future.
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