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December-9-2017
'Body logo' photographer now an online celebrity
Liang Xiaotie became an online celebrity by striking his signature pose in front of a camera to mark unique travel experiences.
December-6-2017
Online writings flourish amid China's internet mania
Bringing online novels to the screen has become a strong trend in China as the quick adaptations have boosted the productivity of online writers. But will the model prove sustainable?
December-4-2017
Russian couple injects vitality into Hunan institute
Vladimir Ganin, a 49-year-old Russian oil painter, and his violinist wife Anna, have been committed to teaching in Yueyang City, Hunan Province, for 15 years.
November-30-2017
Centuries-old pingshu back in spotlight
The centuries-old art form of pingshu, or storytelling, is making a welcome return to television after a long hiatus.
November-23-2017
Hutong, Beijing's living icon
In early winter in China's capital, you can still catch neighbors chatting to each other in their Beijing dialect along the city's hutong, or traditional alleys.
November-21-2017
Newsstands: an irreversible decline?
As the popularity of digital devices transforms the reading habits of Chinese people, the struggle of print media filters all the way from the shiny headquarters of once-dominant news organizations to non-descript newsstands tucked away on street corners.
November-16-2017
Hainan delivers cultural vitality through pottery
Hainan, a province famous for its tropical scenery and tourism, actually possesses a vast reservoir of crafts and folk arts. Now, it is striving to tap its cultural vitality through pottery.
November-10-2017
US art historian in love with Dunhuang
The 74-year-old US art historian Mimi Gates has passionately participated in the conservation of the Dunhuang relics for years.
November-9-2017
Perfecting the art of murder
After the success of "Dunkirk," Kenneth Branagh returns to Chinese cinemas with a remake of an Agatha Christie classic.
November-7-2017
24 Solar Terms: The Beginning of Winter
The traditional Chinese lunar calendar divides the year into 24 solar terms. The Beginning of Winter, the 19th solar term of the year, begins this year on Nov. 7.
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