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August-12-2019
Chinese online literature favors more realistic themes
​Up to 65 percent of online literary works were about realistic themes, a 24-percent increase year on year, according to a report on the development of Chinese online literature in 2018.
August-12-2019
Actor Simon Yam back to work after stabbing incident
Veteran Hong Kong actor Simon Yam was seen in public for the first time in Guangzhou, Guangdong province on Sunday promoting his new movie after being stabbed by a paranoid man in late July.
August-12-2019
New book calls for development of sun-based economy
"Sun-based Economy," a new book by Yasuyo Yamazaki, a former advisor to the Japanese Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications, calls for a sustainable restructuring of the global economy.
August-12-2019
Qingdao riding wave of success after inaugural music festival
The festival kicked off on Aug. 2 and concluded on Sunday after presenting 10 concerts, staged in not only opulent opera houses, such as the Bluthner Grand Theater, but even inside the factory of FAW Jiefang Automotive.
August-12-2019
Bringing the classics back to life
To revive a long-lost tradition, the National Library of China has teamed up with the Confucius Museum to host a book-sharing conference in Qufu.
August-12-2019
Shanghai Disney Resort reopens after typhoon
Shanghai Disney Resort reopened on Sunday morning after it was closed on Saturday due to a powerful typhoon.
August-12-2019
Chinese Muslims celebrate annual Corban festival
Millions of Muslims celebrates the annual Eid al-Adha, known in China as Corban Festival, one of Islam's most important holidays on Sunday.
August-12-2019
2,000-year-old Roman war arrow discovered in N. Israel
​Israeli archaeologists found a nearly 2,000-year-old Roman arrow in northern Israel, the Kinneret College on the Sea of Galilee said on Sunday.
August-12-2019
Tombs unearthed in Greece sheds more light on Mycenaean civilization
Two intact tombs dating back to 1,400-1,200 BC were unearthed by archaeologists in the region of Nemea in the Peloponnese peninsula at the Aidonia cemetery, shedding more light on the Mycenaean civilization, the Greek Culture Ministry announced on Sunday.
August-12-2019
Forum organized in Houston to address gun violence, public safety
A forum was organized in Houston, Texas, on Sunday to address gun violence and public safety issues in the country.
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