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'The Bad Kids' remains most popular Chinese TV series
"The Bad Kids," a web drama adaptation of a suspense novel, remains the most popular Chinese-language TV series on review platform Douban.
Netflix to release first Chinese animated production
China's Pearl Studio is working with Netflix to produce and release a Chinese animated musical titled "Over the Moon."
Song show proves popular as singers find a voice
There is no exact formula for a hit. One reality show, I'm CZR, tackles this dilemma. CZR is short for changzuoren, literally meaning singer-songwriter.
Pearl Studio's new animated film "Over the Moon" set for 2020 release
"Over the Moon," an animated musical feature film by Chinese production company Pearl Studio, is set to be released later this year, according to an announcement made via the movie's Weibo account.
Global call for musical theme of Hangzhou Asian Games launched
The global call for musical themes for the Hangzhou Asian Games was launched on Tuesday night, as the well-known Asian Games songs such as "Asian Treasures" "East Sunrise " were played.
WCAME awarded WFME recognition status
​The Working Committee for the Accreditation of Medical Education (WCAME), Ministry of Education, the agency that accredits medical education programs in China, has been awarded recognition status by the World Federation for Medical Education (WFME).
Disney English closes after 12 years
The Walt Disney Company decided to shut down its 26 English learning centers all around China amid the global COVID-19 pandemic, according to a statement issued on Monday.
Dragon Boat Festival: An occasion for poetry and expressions
At the very beginning of the scorching summer, Chinese people are embracing the celebration of the Dragon Boat Festival, a tradition over 2,000 years old.
Golden Globes 2021 postponed after Oscars date shift
Next year's Golden Globe Awards will be postponed for nearly two months to the end of February, the organizers announced on Monday.
Ancient humans migrated between continents in ice ages
​An Israeli study found that freezing and dry conditions during ice ages did not deter ancient humans from intercontinental migration, the Israel Antiquities Authority (IAA) said on Monday.
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