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Paris Opera Ballet concludes performances in Shanghai
The Paris Opera Ballet concluded its gala performances at the Shanghai Oriental Arts Center on Feb. 24.
China's February box office hits 10B yuan
Boosted by a record-breaking revenue of over 8 billion yuan during the Spring Festival holiday, which ran from Feb. 10 to 17, China's box office earnings for February have surpassed the impressive milestone of 10 billion yuan (approximately 1.41 billion U.S. dollars).
Lantern Festival illuminated by traditional Chinese artistry
Ma Haijie, a fourth-generation inheritor of a traditional Beijing lantern-making craft known as Lantern Huang, is dedicated to passing down these skills to an increasing number of people across China.
'Article 20' stays atop China's box office chart
Domestic realistic drama "Article 20" continued to top China's daily box office chart on Friday, data from the China Movie Data Information Network showed.
​Heartwarming paintings by autistic children on display in Beijing
A three-day exhibition featuring works by autistic children opened in Beijing on Thursday. The event aims to draw social attention and support, enhancing care for these children.
Spy film uncovers secret of success
"Argylle," the Hollywood spy comedy, topped the box-office charts on the Chinese mainland on Friday, its opening day.
168 tombs unearthed in China's Shandong
A total of 168 tombs were recently unearthed in Jinan, the capital city of east China's Shandong Province, according to the archaeology institute of Jinan.
China breathes digital life into historical heritage like Great Wall
In northwest China's Gansu Province, a team of tech experts is harnessing digital technology to reconstruct segments of the Great Wall dating back over 400 years, showcasing and unraveling the cultural value of this UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Arts fest announces 2024 extravaganzas
The China Shanghai International Arts Festival recently announced its plans for this year, including multiple shows by Germany's Berliner Philharmoniker and the Beijing People's Art Theater.
Mogao Grottoes' archaeological reports published
​Archaeological reports on three caves of the millennium-old Mogao Grottoes, a UNESCO World Heritage site boasting rich collections of Buddhist artworks in China's Dunhuang, were published recently, the Dunhuang Academy announced.
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