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'Journey to China' photo exhibit opened in Rome
A photography exhibition "Viaggio Fotografico Per La Cina" was unveiled in Rome on March 22 as one of a series of events marking Chinese President Xi Jinping's state visit to Italy.
Jack Gao: Cinema app could transform movie-watching
Nearly 80 percent of Chinese people don't go to cinemas, while 65 percent of finished Chinese films never get their day in theaters; but a mobile app could solve these problems.
Disney closes landmark Fox acquisition deal
The Walt Disney Company's acquisition of 21st Century Fox took effect on Wednesday, expanding Disney's global presence and shaking up the world’s entertainment industry.
'Bohemian Rhapsody' to rock China on a small scale
The Academy Award-winning biopic "Bohemian Rhapsody" will thrill rock 'n' roll fans in China when it is released in Chinese art-house theaters later this week.
Guiding the way it should be done
Fang Bo shares knowledge of the Palace Museum, that he considers will complement tourists' knowledge and pique their interest in the attraction, through his program on NetEase Cloud Music.
Video-sharing app Tik Tok sparks passion among Kuwaiti teenagers
The Tik Tok application has become a phenomenon in Kuwait now where girls and boys aged between 10 and 13 can be seen broadcasting at shopping malls and in the parks, especially in good weather.
Silversmiths carve off poverty
​Bending over a tiny wooden table, Long Jitang rolls his graver with one hand on a silver collar, and hammers with the other. In a few minutes, a delicate bird image appears.
The guitar hero from Guizhou
​Guitar is the hero in many genres of Western music - and also in a small, mountainous county in southwestern China.
Lost Chinese relics find their way back home
Ranging from the Neolithic Age (10,000-2,000 BC) to the Qing Dynasty (1644-1911), the items included stoneware, jade objects, bronze weapons and pottery.
US announces repatriation of 361 pieces of Chinese relics, artifacts
The United States announced the repatriation of 361 pieces of Chinese relics and artifacts to China at a ceremony on Thursday.
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