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Cultural sector finds new ways to tell stories
The COVID-19 pandemic has forced performers and venues to innovate and different cultural sectors have found new ways to tell stories.
40.6 mln Chinese rural students improve nutrition
Over 40.6 million students in China's rural areas have benefited from a national program on nutrition enhancement of rural students of compulsory education since 2011, according to a recent report.
Chinese pastry chef envisions a sweet life as a fondant artist
Zhou Fei, 26, made these pieces of fondant art for the variety show Qiaoshou Shentan (meaning "the craft detectives").
Actor proposes to save theater business after pandemic
Chinese actor Feng Yuanzheng brought up a new proposal at this year's session of China's top advisory body, hoping to save the theater industry from the COVID-19 pandemic.
Online platform launched to facilitate employment of Chinese graduates
An online platform has been launched to help graduates from colleges and technical secondary schools find jobs, China Youth Daily reported Tuesday.
Filmmaker to experience first online film festival
This year is supposed to be a big year for Xu Chuang, a New York-based Chinese film director, as he is excited about the premier of his new documentary film "Twinkle Dammit!" and is also looking forward to the first-time interaction with the audience.
NPC deputy: Spinning bamboo into gold
NPC deputy Yang Changqin, an inheritor of Chishui bamboo weaving, an intangible cultural heritage (ICH), proposes tapping distinctive local resources as a shot in the arm for rural vitalization.
Israel finds 3,500-year-old tablet with engraving
A rare 3,500-year-old clay tablet was discovered in the Negev desert in southern Israel, the Israel Antiquities Authority said on Monday.
Theater history comes alive with livestreaming
Well-known actors and directors from Beijing People's Art Theater swapped roles and became tour guides, introducing the history of the theater to the public.
Save local opera classics with digital technology
Liu Lisha has proposed using digital and mobile technologies to save vanishing local opera masterworks created by older generations of artists.
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