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July-16-2019
Classic Shaoxing operas to hit Beijing stage
Two Shaoxing operas featuring "The Dream of the Red Chamber" and "The Butterfly Lovers" will be staged in Beijing Poly Theatre on Aug. 6-7, it was announced on Monday.
July-16-2019
'Lion King' still dominates Chinese mainland box office
​Disney's live-action remake of its classic animated film "The Lion King" continued to lead the Chinese mainland box office for a third day after hitting the big screen Friday, according to China Movie Data Information Network Monday.
July-16-2019
India-Japan Institute for skilled manpower opens up admissions
An institute jointly set up by India and Japan near Delhi to boost skilled manpower for manufacturing industry, particularly automobile and auto component has called for admissions.
July-16-2019
Tiny Serbian town hosts annual scythe festival
Full of enthusiasm for their traditions, scythe mowers from Serbia and the region dressed in their unique folk costumes gathered here for the 47th festival held on the meadows of Mt Rajac in western Serbia, the first time in pouring rain.
July-16-2019
China strengthens regulation, supervision of online after-school training
​China's regulation and supervision of extracurricular after-school training has expanded to online training programs.
July-16-2019
China's Terracotta Warriors help National Museums Liverpool record its best ever year
Almost four million visits helped National Museums Liverpool (NML) record its best ever year in 2018-19, its annual report revealed Monday. It included 507,577 overseas visitors.
July-15-2019
Longquan celadon pottery on display at Palace Museum
​An exhibition featuring China's renowned Longquan celadon pottery opened at the Palace Museum Monday.
July-15-2019
Acclaimed Chinese dance drama to make US premiere
A stunning production of celebrated Chinese dance master Yang Liping's troupe will make its U.S. premiere at New York's Lincoln Center on Aug. 8.
July-15-2019
Qin Dynasty ruins in north China to open for free visit
A cluster of architecture dating back to the Qin Dynasty (221 B.C.-206 B.C.), China's first empire, will be open for the first time from July 16 in the city of Qinhuangdao, north China's Hebei Province.
July-15-2019
Preservation of culture in capital is key
Beijing's downtown area is speeding up the preservation of immovable cultural relics to better protect and utilize the city's cultural heritage.
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