Arts• News• Features• Opinion• Photos• Video• Art & Design• Movies & TV• Stage• Books• Music
Theater history comes alive with livestreaming
Well-known actors and directors from Beijing People's Art Theater swapped roles and became tour guides, introducing the history of the theater to the public.
The global pandemic: Testing the limit of education?
The pandemic has impacted more than 1 billion students around the world, forcing a new education system to take shape. It is, therefore, time to ponder, if all technical and mental barriers are eliminated, can entire education be given online?
Celebrating International Dance Day
International Dance Day, celebrated around the world each year on April 29 was devised by the Dance Committee of the International Theatre Institute (ITI), which is associated with the performing arts section of UNESCO.
Online teaching: A prospective educational model?
In the midst of the COVID-19 outbreak, educational institutions in China have been moving their teaching online. Has this pandemic brought about a prospective model for educational systems worldwide?
A year of big success and promise for film industry
The Chinese movies released in 2019 have highlighted some potential growth areas and created new opportunities for the film industry.
Revived Golden Roosters looks set to become China's Oscars
The outdated Chinese film award Golden Rooster Awards has renewed itself this year, but can it become China's Oscars?
Top 10 best-reviewed feature films in 2019
On the world's leading movie review website Rotten Tomatoes, there are a few films that are approved by the most, if not by all of the critics who reviewed them.
Directors promise no war during holiday rivalry
Directors of three separate tentpole films made commitment that neither they nor their teams would attack each other during the heated Spring Festival film season.
Alibaba turns to blockchain to boost film industry
An executive said Alibaba Group is using new technologies such as blockchain to push forward the development of the Chinese film industry.
'The Wandering Earth' sequel needs years to develop
The director of the Chinese phenomenal sci-fi film "The Wandering Earth" reveals his team is going to spend years in developing the sequel, while other filmmakers reflect on Chinese films and the market at a forum held on Tuesday during the ongoing China Golden Rooster & Hundred Flowers Film Festival.
1  2  3  4  5  6  7  8  9  10  

Send your storiesGet more from