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Documentaries put Chinese creativity in the frame
A project invites foreign filmmakers to visit China and use film to focus on activities that foster understanding and create bonds.
Preservation of culture in capital is key
Beijing's downtown area is speeding up the preservation of immovable cultural relics to better protect and utilize the city's cultural heritage.
'The Lion King' CGI remake arouses nostalgia in China
The cheers and applause heard at the Chinese premiere for the computer-animated remake of Disney's iconic "The Lion King" in Shanghai indicate that it will strike a responsive nostalgic chord in the hearts of a wide audience.
Traditional opera attracts young audience with fashion
Using modern sound, light and digital stage effects, China's traditional Peking Opera is appealing to young people in a fashionable and innovative way, as the classic art faces an aging audience.
'Spirited Away' back to tap into nostalgia of Chinese moviegoers
Japanese animated film Spirited Away is becoming a huge box office success on the Chinese mainland 18 years after its original release in Japan.
Executives: China's film industry will revive
Top Chinese film executives convened at a summit Sunday, during the ongoing Shanghai International Film Festival, to rally faith in the future of the Chinese film industry.
Traditional customs bring us together
Through the years, we have been discussing how to protect the intangible cultural heritage, including traditional festivals. Here are some reflections on how to keep the traditions alive.
Giving our children the best gift of all
On Children's Day, children received toys, sweets, books and parties. But what is truly the best gift we can give them?
Chinese TV drama making big inroads overseas
Legend of the Phoenix has reached a string of overseas markets in Southeast Asia, Europe and America, even before its home run is complete.
'Avengers 4' ends theatrical run in China with milestones
Blockbuster "Avengers: Endgame" ended its theatrical run in Chinese cinemas on May 24 with a host of box office records and becoming the third highest-grossing film ever in domestic movie history.
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