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January-11-2018
Two Chicago museums increase admission fees
Chicago Museum of Science and Industry and the Chicago History Museum will increase their admission fees starting from February 1, 2018, and the Chicago Park District Board has endorsed the increases Wednesday.
January-10-2018
Italy's Modiglianis in major Genoa show 'all fake'
​The canvases in a major Modigliani exhibit in Genoa last year were fake, local media reported Tuesday.
January-9-2018
Professor devoted to hand drawing old villages
In the 1990s, a professor began hand drawing ancient villages across China, creating nearly 1, 000 works in two decades.
January-8-2018
Greece to seek repatriation of looted antiquities
​Greek authorities were awaiting on Sunday for a formal briefing from U.S. authorities to launch the procedures for the repatriation of the Greek antiquities seized from a billionaire's home and office in New York city.
January-8-2018
New York's Met sets mandatory fee, a first in 50 years
Starting March 1, the museum will charge a mandatory $25 entrance fee to most adult visitors who don't live in New York State.
January-8-2018
The view from above -- a man driven by the highest photographic ideals
​Li Guoping is 60 years old and the conqueror of some of the world's highest mountains, driven ever upward by his passion for photography.
January-6-2018
Chinese design legend creates stamps for Year of the Dog
China Post invited 99-year-old artist Zhou Lingzhao to design this year's zodiac stamps. Zhou is noted as the portraitist of Chairman Mao Zedong on the Tian'anmen Rostrum at the founding ceremony of the People's Republic of China in 1949.
January-4-2018
Hearing impaired woman and her paper sculpture workshop
In 2014, Cai Jianhua founded a paper sculpture workshop and taught her skills to other disabled people.
January-3-2018
New museum to bring to life Emperor Qin's chariot and horses
Northwest China's Shaanxi province has decided to build a museum to draw the public closer to a "national treasure", the bronze chariot and horses from the Qin Dynasty (221-206 BC).
January-3-2018
Art exhibition raises funds to feed homeless cats
Seven artists are sitting in a row drawing cats, and each of them has only 30 minutes to complete their paintings.
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