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Commercial alley promoting cultural heritage opens
A commercial alley to promote intangible cultural heritage and ethnic artworks was inaugurated at the 22 International Art Plaza.
Premieres of Australian 'Babyteeth' deeply touches audience
The movie "Babyteeth" by Australian director Shannon Murphy premiered in competition at the Venice Film Festival on Wednesday, deeply touching the audience with the story of a very young woman facing her own mortality.
Director Lou Ye brings 'Saturday Fiction' to Venice
​With the world premiere of his "Saturday Fiction" on Wednesday, Chinese director Lou Ye brought to the Venice Lido an intense story of courage, love, and war.
Chinese director of 'Black Cat Detective' dies
Chinese cartoonist Dai Tielang, whose "Black Cat Detective" is a household name in China, died of illness at the age of 89 on Wednesday evening.
Circular calls for efforts to ensure campus safety
A circular has been issued by an education supervision office under the State Council, China's cabinet, calling on education authorities, kindergartens, elementary and secondary schools across the country to strengthen campus safety measures.
Ancient Buddhist murals discovered in north China
Some Buddhist murals dating back to the Yuan and Ming dynasties (1206-1644) were recently discovered in a cave in northern China's Shanxi Province, local authorities said Wednesday.
Global publishing professionals, scholars hold meet in Beijing
Understanding China: A sub-forum on 70 Years of China's International Publishing and Mutual Learning Among Civilizations was held in Beijing.
Shanghai Symphony Orchestra concludes world tour
With the melodies of Chinese ballad Jasmine Blossom and British pop classic Hey Jude, the Shanghai Symphony Orchestra concluded a successful debut concert at the BBC Proms on Sept 1.
Beijing exhibition presents 'intriguing uncertainities'
Artists around the globe today are working in a variety of media, although some still prefer painting as the primary presentation of their art and thought.
New UNESCO site included in textbooks
The ancient civilization of Liangzhu, China's latest cultural site inscribed on the UNESCO World Heritage List, has had its history recorded in middle school textbooks that are being used during the new school year that started on Monday.
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