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UNESCO intangible cultural heritage: Nanyin
Nanyin, considered the "sound of the motherland for Minnan people in China and throughout Southeast Asia," is a style of Chinese classical music. In 2009, it was inscribed on UNESCO's Representative List of the Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity.
More IMAX screens in China signal industry confidence
Rich Gelfond, CEO of IMAX, has expressed confidence in the Chinese film market while announcing more venues in the country at the annual CinemaCon 2024 convention and trade show in Las Vegas.
Netflix's '3 Body Problem' promotes Chinese culture despite controversy
Netflix's adaptation of "The Three-Body Problem" has been met with controversy, but experts and insiders believe it is still a milestone for sharing Chinese culture with the outside world.
​Shanghai Disney Resort launches Earth Month activities
Shanghai Disney Resort has announced a series of activities to mark Earth Month, celebrated every April.
​Chinese sci-fi moguls, 'The Wandering Earth II' receive Hugo Award noms
Several Chinese sci-fi writers along with China's sci-fi blockbuster "The Wandering Earth II" are among the nominees for this year's Hugo Awards, which will be presented this summer in Glasgow.
Pema Tseden's posthumous film 'Snow Leopard' shines with spiritual depth
"Snow Leopard," a posthumous work by the Tibetan filmmaker Pema Tseden, hit theaters across China in April.
​UNESCO intangible cultural heritage: Regong arts
Regong arts, best known for their thangka paintings, are an important and distinctive part of Tibetan Buddhist arts. In 2009, they were inscribed on UNESCO's Representative List of the Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity.
Legendary animator Hayao Miyazaki's new Oscar-winning film hits China
Renowned Japanese animator Hayao Miyazaki's new Oscar-winning animated feature, "The Boy and the Heron," premiered in Shanghai on March 28, with his longtime collaborator and friend, Toshio Suzuki, sharing emotional insights behind the production.
Beijing film fest unveils jury, film lineup and key highlights
The 14th Beijing International Film Festival is scheduled from April 18 to 26, with Serbian director Emir Kusturica chairing the international jury for the Tiantan Award, organizers announced in Beijing on Thursday.
​Director of 'Anatomy of a Fall' shows the world through a woman's eyes
Award-winning director Justine Triet recently toured China in support of her critically-acclaimed film "Anatomy of a Fall."
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