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February-28-2021
China to air mini-documentaries on museum relics
A series of short videos documenting cultural relics from China's major museums will be aired on the state broadcaster China Central Television (CCTV) starting Monday.
February-28-2021
China's 2021 box office exceeds 15B yuan
China's 2021 box office revenue has exceeded 15 billion yuan (2.32 billion U.S. dollars) as of Saturday.
February-27-2021
'Tom & Jerry' reimagines the classic
Warner Bros. Pictures' "Tom & Jerry," a live-action/animation hybrid by Tim Story, became the first Hollywood offering to hit Chinese movie theaters on Lantern Festival.
February-27-2021
'Detective Chinatown 3' hits fifth on all-time China box office list
The cumulative ticket sales of "Detective Chinatown 3" as of early Saturday afternoon, its 16th screening day, surpassed 4.25 billion yuan.
February-26-2021
Chinese blockbuster evokes nostalgia in Michael Jackson fans
Lot Michael Jackson fans in China went to theaters during the Spring Festival holiday to hear their idol's iconic song.
February-26-2021
'Hi, Mom' continues domination of China box office chart
​Domestic comedy "Hi, Mom" continued to lead daily box office chart on the Chinese mainland Thursday, raking in over 87 million yuan (about 13.4 million U.S. dollars).
February-25-2021
Police drama makes for arresting viewing
The Dragnet, a 38-episode television drama now available on the streaming giant iQiyi is based on several real stories of Chinese police officers' overseas operations to tackle crime.
February-25-2021
February breaks China's monthly box office record
China's February box office sales have overtaken sales in the same month of 2019, marking the highest-grossing month the country has ever seen.
February-24-2021
Online film season brings Chinese pictures to UK and Europe
An online screening event, Chinese Cinema Season, showcases Chinese language films never seen before in the UK and Europe.
February-24-2021
News of legendary HK actor Ng Man-tat's cancer sparks concern
Veteran Hong Kong actor Ng Man-tat underwent surgery for liver cancer two months ago and is currently undergoing chemotherapy, a close friend has disclosed.
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