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Cutting-edge technology to help New Year's Eve show spring to life
The Spring Festival Gala, the world's most watched show of the year, will use advanced technologies this time around such as 5G, virtual reality, augmented reality and artificial intelligence, to provide a more immersive and interactive experience for audiences across the globe.
Performers prepare for the year's biggest show
The Spring Festival Gala hosted by CCTV was first held in 1983 and has become a tradition for Chinese people celebrating Lunar New Year's Eve.
Beijing-Tianjin-Hebei presents Chinese New Year celebration in Los Angeles
​The 2019 "Happy Chinese New Year, Charming Beijing-Tianjin-Hebei" gala was unveiled at the Saban Theater in Beverly Hills, California, in the evening of Jan. 25.
Chinese arts troupe captivates Ugandan audience
An arts troupe from China's northwest Shaanxi Province on Saturday fascinated hundreds of revelers with a spectacular show in Uganda's capital Kampala.
Chinese New Year's concert held in Riga
Artists of Gansu Dance Troupe visited the Latvian capital this weekend to present Chinse New Year's show to audience at the Great Guild Hall in Riga Old Town on Saturday night.
Happy Chinese New Year event held in Barbados
Beijing-Tianjin-Hebei region hosted a "Happy Chinese New Year" celebration event in Bridgetown, Barbados, on Jan. 22.
'Lady of the Camellias' staged at National Center for Performing Arts
"La Traviata," the renowned opera by Giuseppe Verdi, has been staged at the National Center for Performing Arts (NCPA) as from Jan. 19.
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.
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.
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.
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