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A classic homecoming
One of the best-selling singers from HK, 57-year-old Jacky Cheung will conclude his The Classic Tour in January with 15 performances at the Hong Kong Coliseum.
How a Palace Museum calendar became red-hot
The Palace Museum has issued a variety of innovative cultural souvenirs in recent years, such as pillows and watches, and many have turned into best-sellers.
Death of master invokes love for a traditional Chinese art
Many Chinese would clutch their radios or have their eyes fixed on their TV sets waiting for the familiar deep and raspy voice of Shan as his daily Pingshu storytelling went on air.
Disney shares its secrets with leading Chinese animators
The Walt Disney Company, known for productions whose life lessons tickle our funny bones and tug at people's heartstrings, has also stepped up to become a bridge between China and the United States.
Xinjiang entrepreneur thrives on traditional arts
Painting on the fur of cowhide is not easy. Since 2016, Arzugul has worked through problems including how to preserve and deodorize the animal hide.
Awash with ideas
A new generation of Chinese artists are using the internet to inspire them to break new ground in terms of technique, style and genre.
Confucius Institute enhances understanding between Egypt, China
Hassan Ragab, director of the Confucius Institute at the Suez Canal University in Egypt, has hailed the Chinese language institute for enhancing mutual understanding, cooperation between the Chinese and Egyptian people.
Don't confuse traditional culture with feudal dross
Pamphlets handed out by local government employees working in a marriage registration office have created a stir because of the views it contains about women.
After the hammer falls
China's art market saw record sales of works valued at 100 million yuan, but auctions continue to be hampered by bidders who fail to pay up in full.
Peking Opera: Inheritance or popularization?
When mentioning the Peking Opera, a few key words come to mind for most Chinese: national quintessence, traditional culture, dazzling costumes and makeup.
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