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Ang Lee to make Bruce Lee biopic starring his son
World-renowned director Ang Lee will direct a biopic of Bruce Lee with his son Mason Lee playing the late kung fu icon.
Seminar explores strengthening Chinese sci-fi
A seminar was held online on Nov. 29 to discuss how to enhance the international competitiveness of China's sci-fi culture and industry.
Demand for books on China keeps growing in Iraq
China's development achievements and visions on promoting mutual benefit and common prosperity have generated a desire among Iraqi readers to learn more about the country.
Chang'an ancient music: Symphony from ancient China
The Chang'an ancient music, also known as Xi'an Guyue, (Xi'an wind and percussion ensemble), originated in the Tang Dynasty.
Cancer-fighting cartoonist's positive legacy lives on
A popular Chinese cartoonist who passed away from cancer a decade ago was remembered in her hometown while her legacy lives on.
Guidelines issued to encourage camping development
Guidelines were issued recently by the Ministry of Culture and Tourism and 13 other departments to promote the sound and orderly development of camping.
Captivating mystery drama hits Chinese cinemas
Mystery drama "Where the Crawdads Sing" is the latest foreign film to hit Chinese cinemas amid the COVID-19 pandemic, giving the cold film market some much-needed heat.
Chinese teen singer-songwriter releases debut int'l album
Cammy J, a 15-year-old musical prodigy and the first Chinese artist signed under the Republic Records label, released a new original album in Beijing on Nov. 18.
​Michael Jackson's 'Thriller' marks 40th anniversary
Pop megastar Michael Jackson's juggernaut album "Thriller" was re-released worldwide for its 40th anniversary.
Top 10 historic sites along Beijing Central Axis
The Beijing Central Axis boasts important memorial halls, ceremonial buildings and landmark architecture dating back to the 13th century.
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