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Archeologists unearth another centuries-old tortoise statue at Cambodia's famed Angkor reservoir
Archeologists have unearthed another large centuries-old tortoise statue during excavations in a reservoir at the complex of Angkor archaeological park in northwest Cambodia, a spokesman said on Saturday.
Photo exhibition showcasing charm of Peking Opera goes online
The digital version of a photo exhibition showcasing the elegant finger gestures of the Mei School, a leading performing style developed by Peking Opera master Mei Lanfang, is now online.
Heritage park on prehistoric ruins starts trial operation
A heritage park built on China's only prehistoric ruins of disasters in the northwestern province of Qinghai opens to the public for free starting from May 1.
Italian museums turning to online options under coronavirus limits
Most of Italy's nearly 4,000 museums are set to reopen this month, several weeks after they closed at the start of the national coronavirus lockdown on March 10.
China to step up efforts to ensure safety of cultural relics
China will step up protection of cultural relics and epidemic prevention and control measures among cultural institutions nationwide during the pandemic.
Murals from Mogao Grottoes come to life in animations
Several stories depicted on murals of Mogao Grottoes, a renowned UNESCO World Heritage site, have been brought to life through animations to draw more younger fans.
Artist portrays people on frontline of COVID-19 fight
An artist joined the frontline and created dough sculptures to record touching stories and scenes in the fight against coronavirus.
Shanghai holds exhibition on anti-epidemic battle
An exhibition featuring the battle against the novel coronavirus epidemic opened Wednesday in Shanghai.
Opportunities in crisis: Will online runway shows become new trend?
Shanghai Fashion Week's recent online experiment, widely considered a bold, groundbreaking move, might have provided a new solution and insight to the fashion world, many sectors of which are now in a state of paralysis.
Grassroots heroes hailed in anti-epidemic sculptures
Sculptors from a creative group at National Art Museum of China released recent works based on current fight against COVID-19 outbreak.
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