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Shanghai shows ticket scalping can be eradicated
Ticket scalping is regarded as a cancer in the entertainment industry, ruining the atmosphere in the cultural market and discouraging even interested people from attending a concert.
Better tours, happier holiday
As people's confidence in the tourism industry grows, industry stakeholders should analyze the reasons for market resurgence, and find ways to keep attracting more and more visitors.
Experts mull a better future with help of AI
Experts told that they believe artificial intelligence technology will serve as an assistant to human beings in creating a better, more effective, and efficient future across a range of industries.
Oppenheimer's story is a cautionary tale
The film, "Oppenheimer," by Christopher Nolan, as both scriptwriter and director, tells the story of the complex life of Julius Robert Oppenheimer, known as the "father of the atomic bomb".
What ails vocational education?
Vocational education remains underappreciated, with, contrary to expectations, few college graduates turning to vocational institutions for acquire additional skills.
Russia increases tourism and cultural cooperation with China
Beijing and Moscow have enhanced business and tourism cooperation after the pandemic.
Grab the opportunity tourism industry offers
The Ministry of Culture and Tourism has issued a notice requiring management companies at tourism spots to promptly respond to changes in market demand, and optimize reservation measures to better serve visiting tourists.
British Museum obliged to return stolen antiques to their owners
Authorities at the British Museum in London said that around 2,000 artifacts had been stolen over a long period of time, adding later that some of the stolen items had been recovered.
Love for poetry fuels expansion of culture industry
In the 168-minute-long Chang An, some 48 poems composed during the Tang Dynasty are displayed and/or read aloud, impressing audiences.
China's worldview rooted in its ancient civilization
​​Chinese civilization, characterized by its vast scope and profound depth, stands as a treasure trove of inspiration for the contemporary Chinese worldview.
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