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February-13-2017
Unlicensed copycat cultural relics violate law
Thousands of forged terracotta warriors were on exhibition in Taihu county, East China's Anhui province, without the consent or authorization of officials overseeing the real ones.
February-12-2017
Family reunion deserves respect as universal value
Family reunion, a theme essential to the development of mankind, was highlighted during China's annual celebration of the Spring Festival that ended on Saturday and raised more worldwide awareness.
February-9-2017
A song to celebrate spring and suit winter
Even the most ambitious people can hardly match the talk of a Fire Rooster.
February-9-2017
Olympics: Anime character to bring huge profits to Tokyo
The Olympic Games is the best chance for the whole world to understand Japan's influential anime culture.
February-3-2017
Obituary of Sir John Hurt (1940-2017)
The world's stage has lost one of its greatest players, who could bring out the nuances of a book into a character's performance.
January-31-2017
Xi's book is an Intellectual Bridge with Nepal
With the translation of Xi's book into Nepali, the Nepalese people can achieve a better understanding and hence better relation with their friendly neighbor.
January-11-2017
Documentary highlights plight of those who live by toil
It is quite a phenomenon today for cameras to train on the lives of rustic villagers, and for long periods of time — in this case, from winter to autumn.
January-5-2017
E-games get the recognition they deserve
Many considered electronic games a nuisance. Most parents and teachers hated them. They are not good for children, agreed a majority of commentators.
January-3-2017
Chinese funding fuels world cinema
Cash-rich Chinese investors are increasingly visible on the international screen.
January-3-2017
Film sector faces bubble bursts and tastes change
Box office takes for China's film industry remained stagnant in 2016, but most industry insiders see it as a blessing in disguise.
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