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Smart Cinema to exhibit Chinese hits in South Korea
Smart Cinema, a mobile cinema app, recently signed a deal with the 24th Puchon International Fantastic Film Festival to "screen" acclaimed domestic movies in South Korea.
Publication of online literature to see tighter regulation
Notice issued on further strengthening the administration of online literature publication.
'Swans' dance in Shanghai again after lockdown
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, theaters were closed, concerts canceled and performances rescheduled over the past five months. As people are seeing the light at the end of tunnel, they could also go to theaters again to enjoy the shows.
New animated film from studio behind 'White Snake' eyes 2020 release
New Gods: Nezha Reborn, a new animated film from Light Chaser Animation, the same production company behind the 2019 critically acclaimed animated movie White Snake, is eyeing a 2020 release.
Egypt, China online concert to celebrate 64 years of diplomatic ties
​Egyptian and Chinese orchestras held a joint online concert that will be broadcasted on Saturday to mark the 64th anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic ties between the two countries, the Egyptian culture ministry said on Thursday.
Chinese cultural relic restorers work to protect national treasures
Chinese cultural relic restorers have been dedicated to protecting national treasures, with the purpose of not only prolonging the life of cultural relics, but also being in dialogue with history.
Lion dance tradition roars back to life
The lion dance, a traditional Chinese performing art, is often staged for entertainment on festive occasions including Spring Festival.
TV series 'Aerial China 3' to go global
Producers of "Aerial China Season 3: Join Us to Fly" said that the hit documentary series will be translated into multiple languages and exported to countries around the world to show how beautiful China is.
Bookshop tells a story of hope
The 40-square-meter bookshop, Jetlag Books, sits at a corner of Taikoo Li Sanlitun North, a modern shopping area in Beijing. It is so small that new visitors might miss it at first.
San Francisco Opera cancels 2020 fall season
U.S. San Francisco Opera announced on Tuesday the cancellation of its fall 2020 season events due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
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