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January-19-2019
China launches 'Happy Chinese New Year' global campaign
China has launched an annual "Happy Chinese New Year" global celebration campaign as the 2019 Spring Festival draws near.
January-18-2019
Veteran actress to restage masterpiece Pan Jinlian
Acclaimed Kunqu Opera actress Liang Guyin may be 77 years old, but she will soon return to the stage to play the role of a character.
January-18-2019
Beijing puts on 68 shows daily in 2018
Nearly 25,000 shows were staged in Beijing last year, attracting an audience of over 11.2 million, the municipal cultural affairs authorities said Thursday.
January-16-2019
Chinese acrobatics impress Aussie audience
Combining cabaret, ancient Chinese acrobatics and a jazz band, new international production Shanghai Mimi is an exciting display of skill, artistry and good times, with the potential to unite audiences from China, Australia and beyond.
January-13-2019
Stage play hails harmony between humans and animals
The stage play "The Last Warrior Elephant", about an orphan boy and a newborn elephant growing together, is being performed in Beijing from Jan. 10 to 13.
January-10-2019
Retreading the Bard
Hamlet will have its most accurate Chinese rendering yet thanks to a new adaptation of the classic that's set to hit the stage.
January-8-2019
Intangible cultural heritage on show in Beijing
The 2019 Traditional Intangible Cultural Heritage Collection is underway at The China Millennium Monument.
January-7-2019
An ancient art's new stage
The reopening of an old theater in Beijing may mark a revival for Peking Opera, especially with shows infusing contemporary elements such as hip-hop and ballet.
January-7-2019
Chinese adaptation of 'Winter Funeral' takes the stage
A Chinese language adaptation of celebrated late Israeli playwright Hanoch Levin's comedy "Winter Funeral" is on stage from Jan. 2 to 6 in Beijing.
January-6-2019
Chinese version of 'Mamma Mia!' staged in China again
​Shen Xiaocen still remembers the moment when she received an audition notice for the Chinese version of "Mamma Mia!", nine years ago in London.
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