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July-11-2019
Picasso, painter and poet
A new exhibition in Beijing is shedding light on how the darling of the 20th-century art world was also an accomplished wordsmith in his own right, demonstrating his endless appetite for creativity in later life.
July-8-2019
Disney releases first trailer of 'Mulan' remake
Walt Disney Studios has released the first trailer of its much-anticipated live-action remake of the 1998 classic animation feature "Mulan", as well as the first official poster.
July-5-2019
Talent show celebrates Daxing's culture and history
A talent show was staged at Beijing Daxing Theater on Thursday, displaying the district's history and culture, while promoting the district's tourism sector.
July-4-2019
Local voices for foreign films
Domestic celebrities can enhance the viewing experience when they make characters in overseas animations sound local, but things can sometimes go wrong.
July-3-2019
Huawei, National Museum join forces
The prevailing demand for smart museums has prompted the marriage between cultural institutions and technology worldwide.
June-27-2019
Breaking barriers through art – a dialogue with Tai
Tai Lihua, a deaf dancer and head of China Disabled People's Performing Art Troupe, talked about her personal experience and the development of the art troupe.
June-25-2019
Artifacts showcasing Chinese American history donated to Beijing museum
Dozens of artifacts reflecting Chinese American history were donated to the Overseas Chinese Museum of China in Beijing recently.
June-20-2019
'Sky Fire' to set benchmark for China-made disaster films
The action blockbuster "Sky Fire" could make Chinese film history for the disaster film genre, its general producer said during the ongoing Shanghai International Film Festival.
June-18-2019
A touch of Latin American and Caribbean art in Beijing
A Latin American and Caribbean art exhibition in Beijing presents 48 works including paintings, sculptures and installations created by artists from Cuba, Costa Rica, Mexico, and Uruguay.
June-20-2019
Smart Cinema app to launch in North America
Smart Cinema will enter the North American market in July to expand its reach around the globe and provide Chinese films with another vehicle to reach the world audience.
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