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November-8-2018
'Venom' to save freezing-cold Chinese film market
The new anti-hero film "Venom" has raked in nearly US$10 million in presales so far, before its opening nationwide this weekend, making it the best-presale Marvel stand-alone superhero film in China.
November-8-2018
2,000-year-old liquor discovered in Henan
Archaeologists in central China's Henan Province on Tuesday poured liquid out of a bronze pot unearthed from a Western Han Dynasty (202 BC to AD 8) tomb into a measuring glass, which gave off an aroma of rich wine.
November-8-2018
Ming porcelain showcased at Palace Museum
A total of 298 pieces of porcelain ware from the Ming Dynasty (1368-1644) are on show at the Palace Museum in Beijing through Feb. 22.
November-8-2018
Actors Lu Yi, Yuan Quan team up for Entering a New Era
Eight years after co-starring in the Sino-S. Korean coproduction My Ex-Wife's Wedding, actors Lu Yi and Yuan Quan have teamed up again for a new TV series.
November-8-2018
Top Peking Opera artists to present classics in NY
Top Peking Opera artists will bring to New Yorkers some of the masterpieces including the one based upon the epic Battle of Red Cliffs in 208 AD in China's Three Kingdoms period.
November-8-2018
Chinese spending more on pets
Wang Junyue, a 24-year-old girl from Beijing, spends a tenth of her salary on her furry family member, a seven-month-old cat, for cat food, daily necessaries, toys and grooming.
November-8-2018
Burgeoning online music brings closer interaction
The excited young crowd at a recent music festival in China's northeastern city of Shenyang went silent when the 24-year-old folk musician Mu Xiaoya, donning a black bowler hat, sang her gentle song.
November-8-2018
Larger stages set for China's square dance nannies
Wang Shaobin says her team is no ordinary club of amateur "dancing aunties" that used to frequent Chinese news stories for vexing residents with noisy night dances.
November-8-2018
New alliance set up in Hong Kong to foster STEM education
A ceremony was held here Saturday to mark the founding of Hong Kong STEM (science, technology, engineering, mathematics) Education Alliance, which aims to foster the development of STEM education and innovation and technology (I&T) in Hong Kong.
November-8-2018
Internet games offer new approach to boost traditional culture
"Donghuang Taiyi," a mythical figure in a 2,300-year-old poem, was not even widely known by school teachers of Chinese literature but has recently become a common name among teenagers and youth in their 20s.
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