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July-1-2020
Japanese director documents post-epidemic Wuhan
Three years after he visited Wuhan last time, Japanese director Ryo Takeuchi decided to come back for a film.
June-30-2020
FIRST film festival to kick off in July as planned
The 14th FIRST International Film Festival will be held in Xining, Qinghai province in late July, and the organizers announced the competition selection on Monday.
June-30-2020
Tianjin Museum in north China opens exhibition on guqin culture
​Tianjin Museum, in north China's Tianjin Municipality, launched an exhibition on Tuesday highlighting the culture of the guqin, an ancient seven-stringed zither.
June-30-2020
Cirque du Soleil files for bankruptcy due to pandemic
Canadian circus entertainment giant Cirque du Soleil filed for bankruptcy protection on Monday after all its acrobatic shows worldwide had been halted for three months due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
June-30-2020
Clay artist moulds anti-drugs campaign
Recently, craftsman Hu Xinming work has taken a new direction: fighting drug crimes.
June-30-2020
China to increase efforts to prevent school dropouts
Chinese authorities have demanded strengthened efforts to prevent new school dropouts due to the COVID-19 epidemic.
June-30-2020
'Our Silk Road' online photo exhibition launched in Israel
​The China Cultural Center in the Israeli city of Tel Aviv launched on Monday an online exhibition themed "Our Silk Road."
June-30-2020
Chinese animator to save live-action 'Three-Body' project
China's top animator Tian Xiaopeng will be the director of the live-action sci-fi epic "The Three-Body Problem," which could save the already shelved project.
June-30-2020
China to partially resume English proficiency tests
China's National Education Examinations Authority (NEEA) announced on Monday that the English proficiency exams Chinese students take for enrollment in foreign universities will be resumed in some Chinese cities in July.
June-30-2020
BiH holds online 'Chinese Bridge' competition for high school students
The "Chinese Bridge" Chinese proficiency competition for high school students was held online in Bosnia and Herzegovina (BiH) on Sunday amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
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