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Chinese opera Marco Polo to hit stage in Italy
"Marco Polo," an original Chinese opera, will be staged in the Teatro Carlo Felice in Genoa, Italy, in September.
Wildlife Photographer of the Year Exhibition comes to Chicago
The Wildlife Photographer of the Year Exhibition is coming to Chicago for the first time and will open to the public at Chicago's Field Museum of Natural History on Friday.
Former SCO secretary general presents new book
A presentation of the book "China, Eurasia and SCO" by former Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO) Secretary General Muratbek Imanaliev was held here Tuesday.
Cambodian PM receives honorary doctorate from Thai university
Cambodian Prime Minister Samdech Techo Hun Sen on Tuesday was bestowed with an honorary doctorate of philosophy in political communication from Thailand's Krirk University.
More funds for protecting China's cultural heritage of revolutionary history
More funds for cultural relic protection will be earmarked for cultural heritage from revolutionary times and in impoverished areas in China, an official with the State Administration of Cultural Heritage (SACH) said Tuesday.
Guiding the way it should be done
Fang Bo shares knowledge of the Palace Museum, that he considers will complement tourists' knowledge and pique their interest in the attraction, through his program on NetEase Cloud Music.
Philippines unveils first China book center
​The first China book center in the Philippines was unveiled on Monday in University of the Philippines, aiming to promote cultural exchange between the two countries.
Chinese traditional Quyi art arrives in Cuba
A troupe of Chinese Quyi artists performed for the first time on Saturday, bringing the ancient Chinese folk art to local audiences.
Chinese dance drama on ancient princess to debut in New York
​A dance drama based on the life story of an ancient princess in China will debut in New York this week at Lincoln Center's David H. Koch Theater.
Ugandan artist calls for promoting African art with China
As China and Africa continue to deepen their cooperation ranging from trade and investment to people- -to-people ties, Mutebi holds that promotion and appreciation of African art must be factored in.
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