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​Chinese online literature gains strong momentum in 2023
Chinese online literature experienced significant growth last year, with its overseas popularity expanding robustly, accompanied by accelerated AI development.
NPC deputy calls for enhancing academic support for cultural heritage preservation
As the 14th National People's Congress (NPC) prepares for its annual session, Hang Kan, a NPC deputy and head of the Yungang Grottoes Research Institute, is fine-tuning his suggestion on strengthening support for the renowned cave cluster.
​Taiwan crime film thrills mainland audiences
A unique crime film from Taiwan, which has garnered positive word-of-mouth on the Chinese mainland after advance screenings, is set to receive its theatrical release on March 1.
Celebrating the Chinese Lunar New Year in a theater
During the Chinese New Year holiday, the Beijing Performing Arts Centerput on traditional Chinese musical performances to entertain visitors. Follow Stella on a city walk themed on the Spring Festival! Our third stop is the Beijing Performing Arts Center.
16 must-celebrate days during Spring Festival: Lantern Festival
The Lantern Festival is on the 15th day of the first lunar month. Families reunite for this festival to celebrate the first full moon of the lunar New Year. This year, it falls on Feb. 24.
Top 10 Chinese sci-fi events in 2023
Last year, the Chinese science fiction sector experienced a significant surge in popularity, achieving numerous milestones. Highlights included the 81st World Science Fiction Convention, the sci-fi blockbuster "The Wandering Earth II" and the TV series "Three-Body."
​Heartwarming paintings by autistic children on display in Beijing
A three-day exhibition featuring works by autistic children opened in Beijing on Thursday. The event aims to draw social attention and support, enhancing care for these children.
The Spring Festival cultural feast along the Grand Canal: Celebrating the Chinese Lunar New Year in a museum
The Grand Canal Museum of Beijing, situated on the bank of the over 1,400-year-old Beijing section of the Grand Canal, opened bustling markets highlighting intangible cultural heritage.
Celebrating the Chinese Lunar New Year in a library
Three major cultural landmarks in Beijing's sub-center opened to the public on December 27, 2023. They hosted a series of cultural events with a festive atmosphere during the Spring Festival holiday.
Lantern Festival illuminated by traditional Chinese artistry
Ma Haijie, a fourth-generation inheritor of a traditional Beijing lantern-making craft known as Lantern Huang, is dedicated to passing down these skills to an increasing number of people across China.
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