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Mandarin unites young speakers at competition
With the theme "One World, One Family", the 23rd edition of the event united around 120 candidates from different nationalities and ethnic backgrounds, who are studying at 15 UK universities, for the preliminary selection process that began on April 1.
22nd Harbin Beer Festival kicks off
The 22nd Harbin International Beer Festival in Harbin, Heilongjiang province, kicked off on Saturday, attracting tourists from all over the world to enjoy the pleasant summer of the city.
Decades-long devotion to guarding Great Wall
Even at 80, Mei Jingtian continues his patrol in the Shixiaguan section of the Great Wall. With over four decades of experience under his belt, he skillfully taps the grass along the way with a wooden stick, alerting wild animals to ensure his safety.
Gateway to Arts festival promising a season of cultural delights
The Forbidden City Concert Hall in Beijing came alive on Friday with the commencement of the annual Gateway to Arts summer festival. The evening began with a captivating concert by the Beijing Symphony Orchestra conducted by Tan Lihua.
Shanghai art center and Moscow conservatory to hold week-long educational events
Shanghai Oriental Art Center (SHOAC) will join hands with the Tchaikovsky Moscow State Conservatory in Russia to host a five-week long educational project in August.
Box office revenue of 'A Place Called Silence' soars in China
Sam Quah's latest crime thriller, "A Place Called Silence," is experiencing robust box office revenue growth in the Chinese mainland, following the success of his 2019 hit "Sheep Without a Shepherd."
​'A Place Called Silence' director urges no silence on crime
New crime film "A Place Called Silence" portrays a rather dark, thrilling and heart-wrenching story, touching on a variety of significant social topics including school bullying, juvenile crime and child abuse.
Taiwan youngsters attend summer camp in Gansu
A summer camp is offering young people from Taiwan a unique experience at the UNESCO World Heritage Site, the Mogao Grottoes, and the renowned Danxia landform in northwest China. They will also have the chance to visit the local countryside and a photovoltaic power industrial park.
China-Egypt cultural exchange event held to promote heritage protection
The shared heritage of the Chinese and Egyptian civilizations fostered through trade via the ancient Silk Road was highlighted in an international cultural exchange event held here in Egypt's capital late on Wednesday.
Chinese culture intrigues visitors to event in Malta
​Maltese people of all ages immersed themselves in traditional Chinese culture at an event on Thursday at the Chinese Garden of Serenity in Santa Lucija.
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