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August-14-2019
Photo exhibition on rural China held in Nepal
A four-day photo exhibition on Chinese Rural Villages kicked off on Tuesday under the theme "charm of heaven and earth."
August-14-2019
China issues mythology-based stamps
China has issued a set of stamps featuring scenes from ancient Chinese mythology.
August-14-2019
Chinese-Russian film 'Viy 2' to hit theaters
"Viy 2," also known as "The Mystery of Dragon Seal," a fantasy adventure film co-produced by China Film Co., Ltd. and Russian Film Group, is set to hit Chinese theaters on Friday, according to the China Film Distribution and Exhibition Association.
August-14-2019
Namibia hosts A Capella Music Festival
Namibia will host a first-of-its-kind a cappella music festival on Aug. 31 to support the Buy-a-Brick Initiative and raise funds to address the housing needs of low-income communities in the informal settlement.
August-14-2019
Chinese TV series starts airing in Myanmar language
The Chinese classical TV series -- "Dream of the Red Chamber", dubbed in Myanmar language, has started airing on the state-run Myanmar Radio and Television (MRTV).
August-13-2019
Animated feature 'The Queen's Corgi' to hit Chinese theaters
"The Queen's Corgi," an English-language Belgian animated feature film inspired by Britain's Queen Elizabeth II and her corgis' friendship, is set to open in theaters on the Chinese mainland on Aug. 30, according to the China Film Distribution and Exhibition Association.
August-14-2019
Inscription found in Evia sheds light on significant ancient sanctuary
Archaeologists brought to light new findings linked to the Sanctuary of Artemis Amarysia in Evia, about 110 kilometers southeast of Athens, Greek national news agency AMNA reported on Tuesday.
August-14-2019
Museum-developed creative products bring culture closer to people
Cultural and creative products inspired by cultural relics preserved at China's museums have brought ancient culture closer to the people.
August-14-2019
National museum receives donation of Tek Sing shipwreck ceramics
The National Museum of China on Tuesday received a donation of 195 pieces of ancient porcelain from the wreck of the Tek Sing Cargo, an important record of the prosperity of China's Maritime Silk Road.
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