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January-18-2020
'Sheep Without a Shepherd' tops Chinese mainland box office
Chinese thriller "Sheep Without a Shepherd" led the Chinese mainland box office Friday, raking in more than 16.5 million yuan (about 2.4 million U.S. dollars) on its 36th day of screening.
January-18-2020
New 'Lost in' film by comedy hitmaker set for Spring Festival release
​"Lost in Russia," a new comedy film by renowned filmmaker Xu Zheng, director of two other blockbuster "Lost in" comedy films, is set for release in China on Jan. 25.
January-18-2020
'The Rescue' film set for Spring Festival screening
​"The Rescue," a new film by award-winning director Dante Lam, is set for release in China on Jan. 25, 2020, the Spring Festival or the Chinese Lunar New Year's Day.
January-18-2020
Belgrade hosts Chinese Documentary Film Week and youth photography festival
​A Chinese Documentary Film Week opened at the University Library in Belgrade on Friday, together with an exhibition of works by young photographers.
January-17-2020
Greater Bay Area, Zhengzhou chosen as sub-venues of Spring Festival Gala 2020
China's Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao Greater Bay Area and Zhengzhou have been chosen as performance sub-venues of the Spring Festival Gala, according to the organizer on Tuesday.
January-17-2020
Chinese romance drama 'Wild Grass' set for February release
​"Wild Grass," a Chinese romance drama depicting the experiences of two girls and one boy in their pursuit of a better life away from home, is set for release on Feb. 14.
January-16-2020
Famous TV host Zhao Zhongxiang dies at 78
One of the most famous Chinese TV hosts and news anchors, Zhao Zhongxiang, dies of cancer at 78 on Thursday in Beijing.
January-16-2020
'Detective Chinatown 3' assembles cast of Asian megastars
The new film in the "Detective Chinatown" franchise boasts some of Asia's biggest movie stars and is the most anticipated film during the upcoming Spring Festival.
January-15-2020
Science fiction film 'Extinction' to hit mainland screens
​"Extinction," a science fiction film produced by U.S. streaming giant Netflix, will hit the big screen on the Chinese mainland on Saturday.
January-15-2020
New drama revisits Beijing on eve of liberation
New World, a 70-episode TV series set on the eve of the liberation of Beijing, has made a splash.
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