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January-17-2019
Designer mug celebrates Year of the Pig
Many people in China are receiving special gifts symbolizing good luck for Chinese New Year long before the Year of the Pig falls on Feb 5.
January-17-2019
Rare ground-painting found in ancient Chinese tomb
A rare ground-painting has been found in a noble tomb in northeast China's Liaoning Province, local archaeological authorities said Wednesday.
January-17-2019
Edinburgh painted red for the Year of the Pig
A diverse program of events sees cross cultural celebrations connect local audiences and businesses with Chinese visitors and performers in Edinburgh for a brand new festival.
January-17-2019
Chinese universities dominate emerging economies higher education rankings
Chinese universities dominate this year's rankings of emerging economies universities, according to data published Wednesday afternoon.
January-17-2019
China-Myanmar Cultural Week kicks off in Myanmar
The China-Myanmar Cultural Week kicked off Wednesday in three major cities of Myanmar, Yangon, Nay Pyi Taw and Mandalay.
January-17-2019
China-ASEAN cultural documentary released in Jakarta
The first season of a China-ASEAN cultural documentary Dan's Way has been released, which kicked off celebrations of the China-ASEAN Year of Media Exchanges at the Jakarta Channel.
January-17-2019
Cultural events to be held in San Francisco
The Chinese Consulate General here Tuesday announced a series of cultural events to celebrate the upcoming Chinese New Year with local people in major cities in the western United States.
January-17-2019
Shanghai to expand Jewish refugee museum
A museum dedicated to Jewish refugees in Shanghai will be expanded and renovated this year.
January-16-2019
'Power to Go': Exploring inner and outer terrains
A photography and multimedia exhibit on display at Chaoyang Joy City documents hikers' exploration of physical and emotional landscapes.
January-16-2019
Region boosts profile of ancient Tibetan healing
Doctors working in the Tibet autonomous region's traditional Tibetan medicine hospitals are feeling more confident about their careers thanks to the regional government's efforts to boost recognition of traditional healing practices.
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