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Traces of ancient human activities found in Guizhou
​Chinese archaeologists have found traces of human activities dating back between 38,000 and 4,000 years ago in southwest China's Guizhou Province.
Chicago Symphony Orchestra musicians on strike
The CSO musicians are on strike, and their conductor Maestro Riccardo Muti, one of the preeminent conductors of our day, is with them, pressing sheet music to its stand to prevent wind from blowing it away.
Ballet 'Cendrillon' to hit Beijing stage
​The ballet "Cendrillon (Cinderella)" by Les Ballets de Monte-Carlo will hit the stage of the National Center for the Performing Arts (NCPA) from March 14 to 16.
China-produced opera 'Un Ballo In Maschera' to hit Beijing
A Chinese production of Italian tragedy "Un Ballo In Maschera" will hit the stage of the National Center for the Performing Arts (NCPA) from April 10 to 14.
China's BesTV to show BBC Earth programs
China's IPTV service provider BesTV Tuesday said it had signed an agreement with BBC Studios to bring over 200 hours of BBC Earth programs to its 46 million subscribers across the country.
Exhibition tour on Napoleon Bonaparte debuts in SW China
​A nationwide exhibition on Napoleon Bonaparte made its debut Tuesday in southwest China's Yunnan Province.
Int'l conference on Chinese music education wraps up in NY
​Educators and performers from the United States, Canada and Europe wrapped up a two-day conference here on Tuesday on the developments and challenges of teaching Chinese music in the West.
English reading sessions help improve literacy levels in Zambian communities
LitClubs are weekly sessions held after class for joyful learning, creative play and social interaction.
Canadian province of Ontario to ban cellphones in class from September
Cellphones will be banned in all elementary and secondary school classrooms in the Canadian province of Ontario during instructional time from September, said Ontario Education Minister Lisa Thompson Tuesday.
Replica of Chinese Peony Pavilion to appear in Shakespeare's hometown
A replica of the pavilion, based on pictures recorded in ancient books of the play, will appear in Shakespeare's hometown.
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