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July-17-2019
Cannes hit 'Next Gen' set for China release
The Chinese animated sci-fi production "Next Gen" is set to wow domestic audiences from this Friday, judging by the reactions at Tuesday's premiere.
July-17-2019
Japanese clapper talk performer makes China his home
Clapper talk is a traditional Chinese form of narrative singing accompanied by a pair of bamboo clappers to mark the beats.
July-12-2019
'The Bravest' completes mission impossible
The upcoming Chinese firemen blockbuster, "The Bravest," was supposed to be an impossible film to make, its original writer has said; nonetheless it's unprecedented and inspiring.
July-16-2019
Bookplates turn a new page at a Tianjin museum
The print art of ex-libris - bookplates that express ownership or one's passion for reading and books - is somewhat niche, and to possess ex-libris represents the owner's high taste.
July-12-2019
Famous tenor gives public lecture on art education
A public lecture on art education for teenagers was given by famous tenor Dai Yuqiang in Beijing on the evening of July 10, attracting nearly 500 attendees.
July-11-2019
Picasso, painter and poet
A new exhibition in Beijing is shedding light on how the darling of the 20th-century art world was also an accomplished wordsmith in his own right, demonstrating his endless appetite for creativity in later life.
July-8-2019
Disney releases first trailer of 'Mulan' remake
Walt Disney Studios has released the first trailer of its much-anticipated live-action remake of the 1998 classic animation feature "Mulan", as well as the first official poster.
July-5-2019
Talent show celebrates Daxing's culture and history
A talent show was staged at Beijing Daxing Theater on Thursday, displaying the district's history and culture, while promoting the district's tourism sector.
July-4-2019
Local voices for foreign films
Domestic celebrities can enhance the viewing experience when they make characters in overseas animations sound local, but things can sometimes go wrong.
July-3-2019
Huawei, National Museum join forces
The prevailing demand for smart museums has prompted the marriage between cultural institutions and technology worldwide.
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