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Herders preserve, promote heritage as they steer growth
Unlike many of his friends, Bahajan Soltanahen did not choose to stay in the city after he graduated from college.
Film zooms in on topical tales
Scheduled to open on Sept 9, the film Her consists of three standalone short stories, each unfolding through a woman's perspective, reflecting how ordinary people struggled with their plight when the COVID-19 pandemic started to spread globally in early 2020.
Harp summer camp nurtures interest in Chinese students
Over 40 students ages 4 to 50 from the harp summer camp of the Gateway to Arts Summer Festival performed at Forbidden City Concert Hall in Beijing on Aug 12, ending the four-day camp.
Generations of writers overcome difficulties to bring new visions to the world
Tao Yong, director of the ophthalmology department at Beijing Chaoyang Hospital affiliated to Capital Medical University, said visually impaired people often react slowly to the outside world because they cannot see clearly.
2022 Mid-Autumn Festival Gala: what to expect
China Media Group (CMG) will hold a Mid-Autumn Gala with miscellaneous performances to celebrate the Mid-Autumn Festival.
Dance festival leaps through Xi'an
Gathering top dancers and choreographers from around China, the Fifth Xi'an International Dance Festival kicked off in Xi'an.
A key player of all that jazz
Since his stage debut at the age of 13 during the Beijing Nine Gates International Jazz Music Festival in 2012, pianist Dai Liang has attracted increasing public attention under his stage name, A Bu.
Craftsman carries tunes to preserve culture
"The arrow shot is so straight that it hits the bull's-eye, the young people will have good luck, and sitting on the lawn of the archery field is as comfortable as sitting on soft silk," Dargye sang as he worked on his handmade bag.
Archaeological discoveries enrich Grand Canal culture
Massive archaeological excavation works have been carried out along the Beijing section of the Grand Canal for the comprehensive protection of cultural sites along the world's longest artificial waterway.
Artists work showcases a permanent dedication to traditional ink
Blossom in the Morning, an exhibition at the gallery of China National Academy of Painting, in Beijing, reviews its resident painter Qiao Yinan's progress with ink-color painting over three decades, starting with his early exploration while at art school.
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