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January-26-2022
Zhang Yimou set to make new milestones in Olympics, film and TV
As one of China's most renowned and prolific directors, Zhang Yimou is racing against time to realize three different but significant milestones in the country, as well as in his life and career.
January-25-2022
Cultural events of the week: Jan. 24-30
Two heavyweight exhibitions themed around an opera master and the spirit of sports and global unity against the pandemic, respectively, as well as a festival concert by China's top orchestra — here are three events you won't want to miss this week.
January-25-2022
​Jackie Chan's protege makes directorial debut online
Han Guanhua, a famous associate and action choreographer of megastar Jackie Chan, has decided to start his directorial career and helmed a sci-fi action flick called "12 Hours," which will be released online during China's Spring Festival.
January-10-2022
Schedule of 2022 Chinese New Year festivities
By sharing a to-do list, China.org.cn invites you and your family to embrace this year's Chinese Lunar New Year just like families all across the country will.
January-26-2022
​Art exhibition promotes Olympic spirit
An exhibition on China's developments in winter sports recently kicked off at the China National Academy of Painting. Themed "Harmony with People and Earth," the exhibition presents a total of 200 paintings, sculptures, and calligraphy works.
January-24-2022
​Interpreting history through cartoons
Liao Bingxiong's wide range of cartoons, paintings and woodcuts — currently on show at the Guangzhou Museum of Art — offer valuable insights into more than half a century of Chinese history.
January-20-2022
​Chinese indie animators' unprecedented anthology film
A producer told China.org.cn that he and seven Chinese indie animators did something unique and unprecedented when they created "To the Bright Side," the first anthology animated film in China.
January-18-2022
​'The Battle at Lake Changjin II' set for Spring Festival release
The much-anticipated sequel to China's highest-grossing film of all time, "The Battle at Lake Changjin," will hit Chinese screens during Spring Festival, the most profitable film season, its producer announced on Thursday.
January-18-2022
Cultural events of the week: Jan. 17-23
An opera by Italian master Puccini, a Broadway musical, and a French audio-visual concert—here are three events you won't want to miss this week.
January-14-2022
Experiencing Grand Canal culture along Tonghui River
As Beijing works to protect and develop its Grand Canal cultural belt, Tonghui River has become a popular tourist destination.
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