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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.
Taiji, Yoga deepen China-India friendship
Both Chinese and Indian civilizations were born by nature, and we always try to find ways to connect human beings with mountains, rivers, forests and lakes in the class.
Cop role provides a challenge for veteran actor
Despite a career spanning four decades, award-winning acting veteran, Li Youbin, believes that his latest TV drama, In Law We Believe, is one of his most challenging roles.
Beijing int'l film fest has room for improvement
At the close of the 9th Beijing International Film Festival, it's time to think about the event's vision for the future.
Young Chinese artists increasingly drawn to image art
Image art, collections of photos and videos sometimes presented using virtual reality devices, has become a popular form among Chinese artists in their 20s, who are increasingly drawn to the method.
Upcoming Beijing horticultural expo opens door to greener future
The 162-day expo, with over 2,500 events, is poised to impress an estimate of 16 million visitors from China and abroad with a huge collection of plants, flowers and eye-catching pavilions.
AI robot shows creative side with Chinese ink art
The robot artist has an "arm" that dips its brush into ink and water before sweeping across xuan paper to create Chinese shuimo artwork.
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