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July-17-2018
Ancient China comes alive in heart of modern city
Chen Mingwei leads a group of young people to perform an ancient Chinese musical art called Nanyin in Jinjiang city.
July-17-2018
Artist explores abstract concepts to create 3D sculptures
Fu Wenjun's pictures are less about subject matter, but more about how they can become a part of a bigger concept.
July-16-2018
China to regulate tax payments in film industry
​China's tax authority said Friday it had ordered local authorities to reinforce tax compliance in the film and television industry.
July-16-2018
Silk road soliloquy
Scenes of dancer-choreographer Wang Yabin's new work An Individual Soliloquy.
July-16-2018
Foreign martial arts fans celebrate Kung Fu roots
Domestic tourists can sometimes find themselves greatly outnumbered by foreign visitors clad in Shaolin-logo T-shirts or monk uniforms in front of a cluster of elegantly painted wooden houses situated at the foot of Song Mountain which is known as the fabled home of Kung Fu.
July-16-2018
British director gives 'The Tempest' a new look
The National Centre for the Performing Arts is to stage William Shakespeare's another play: The Tempest, which will make its debut from Aug 9 to 15.
July-15-2018
308 choirs to participate in China International Chorus Festival
More than 15,000 members of 308 choirs from across the globe will participate in the 14th China International Chorus Festival (CICF), the organizers said.
July-15-2018
Prehistoric rock painting discovered in N. China
Archaeologists have discovered a 7,000-year-old rock painting of a face without an outline in north China's Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region.
July-15-2018
Chinese-American writer inspired by true story of 'Flying Tiger'
"World War Two... China... One cousin's courage, another's determination to help a wounded American pilot." Chinese-American writer Iris Yang's heartwrenching story is now a hot sale in the United States.
July-14-2018
Stolen 1,500-yr-old statue head returns to China
A 1,500-year-old statue head that was stolen from the Yungang Grottoes in north China's Shanxi Province has been returned to China.
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