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​Beijing film festival announces exciting screenings
The 12th Beijing International Film Festival (BJIFF) has revealed the list of films it will screen during its annual celebration.
​More Legoland attractions coming to China
Legoland Discovery Center Beijing debuted the 4D movie "Journey to Mythica" in late July offering children a thrilling and immersive experience, while Merlin Entertainments Group will soon expand its presence in China with three new Legoland theme parks.
TV show promotes rural teen soccer development
A charity campaign jointly launched by the China Youth Development Foundation and the crew of Beijing Satellite TV's "U-Ball" program has reached into Xunwu county to promote rural teen soccer development.
Celebrating Qixi Festival
The Qixi Festival, or the Double Seventh Festival, on the 7th day of the 7th lunar month, is a traditional festival full of romance.
Hong Kong anniversary film festival kicks off in Beijing
A Hong Kong film festival to mark the 25th anniversary of the city's return to its motherland opened in Beijing on Friday.
'Warriors of Future' is a breakthrough for Chinese sci-fi
The veteran Hong Kong actor Louis Koo has created China's first mech film, "Warriors of Future," which is also touted as the most visual effects-heavy Hong Kong film to date.
Qixi: Different cultures, shared pursuit for dexterity
Qixi, the Chinese valentine's day, falls annually on the seventh day of the seventh month in the Chinese lunar calendar.
Beijing film festival receives 1,450 award entries
The upcoming 12th Beijing International Film Festival has received 1,450 domestic and foreign films to compete for the festival's coveted Tiantan Award.
'Moon Man': Off-the-wall sci-fi comedy to hook audiences
"Moon Man," the sci-fi comedy film skyrocketing in the Chinese film market, is, according to its director, a one-man space fantasia exploring the desperation and dilemmas of a person.
Chinese keyword & Qixi Festival
The Chinese character 爱 ("ai"), meaning love, is the keyword for China's Qixi Festival. This traditional festival has a history of around 2,000 years and originates from a romantic tale. This year, it falls on Aug. 4. Let's find out more about its romantic history and unique traditions.
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