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Cultural industry can better tell China story
In recent years, with rapid economic development and increasing trade and people-to-people exchanges, Chinese culture has caught the imagination of people in Western countries.
Cultural exchanges will bring youths across Strait closer
Streaming platforms such as iQIYI and Tencent Video owe their rapid rise over the past decade to the confluence of factors such as urbanization, a booming cultural industry and mobile internet.
Chinese New Year: Conveying a message of unity and hope
Amidst global turmoil and uncertainty, the spirit of the Dragon calls upon nations to set aside differences and work together toward common goals.
Planners should be cautious in opening new schools
The country's population suffered negative growth last year and Beijing's population has been decreasing by about 40,000 a year over the past few years, so what is the need for creating more seats in schools?
The global debate over returning ancient artifacts
Museums around the world need to thoughtfully balance displaying global cultures with respecting valid requests to return artifacts to their countries of origin.
Food of 'dripping sweat and hard toil' should be cherished
For generations, we have been taught by parents and teachers, and advised by officials, to be thrifty and not waste food.
Education funds need to be spent on improving teaching quality
Efforts should be made to improve teaching quality instead of building humungous campuses and/or beautifying their outward appearance.
Japan needs to listen to these culture activists
The Chinese Cultural Relics Return Movement Promotion Association, a Japanese organization that has for years been pushing for the return of cultural relics that Japan looted from China, gathered in Tokyo on Saturday.
Taylor Swift's lesson to creatives
The love Taylor Swift expresses toward her fans and toward her music offers a lesson for creatives in any medium and any genre.
Keep your job, but find time to write your story
Rather than being a full-time novelist, Hai Ya treats writing as a part-time activity to be taken up whenever he is not doing his bread-winning job, something that should inspire more writers.
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