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Chinese keywords and Taijiquan
China's Taijiquan, also referred to as Tai Chi or Chinese boxing, was added to UNESCO's Intangible Cultural Heritage list in 2020, becoming China's 41st entry on the list.
New collaboration launched to integrate film and theater
The National Theatre of China and China Film Co., Ltd. signed a deal on Thursday to establish a strategic partnership, which will foster a closer collaboration in a mix of stage and cinema arts.
'Creation of the Gods I' transforms mythology into epic cinema
Director Wuershan dedicated 10 years to the meticulous crafting of his mythological epic trilogy "Creation of the Gods," potentially setting a new milestone in the annals of Chinese cinema.
Over 90% of China's museums free to public
China counts a total of 6,565 museums across the nation, with over 90% offering free admission, Vice Minister of Culture and Tourism Li Qun said at a press conference Friday.
New book showcases Beijing's literature
A new book released on July 21 featuring 10 short stories from 10 established and emerging Beijing writers captures the essence of both old and new aspects of Beijing and its literature.
'Barbie' movie more than just a doll story
The spectacular fantasy comedy film "Barbie" premiered in Beijing on Tuesday, bringing not just a heart-and-eye-pleasing live-action adaptation of the beloved toy for girls to the big screen but also much more than meets the eye.
Chinese keywords and Wangchuan ceremony
The Wangchuan ceremony is rooted in folk customs worshipping Ong Yah, a deity believed to protect people and their land from disasters.
Chinese pop diva Jin Haixin reignites stardom with new record deal
Chinese singer-songwriter Jin Haixin recently signed a new deal with Republic Records China and released her latest single "So Proud," making her comeback to the music scene.
Tsinghua undergrads exhibit exceptional art and design
The Academy of Arts & Design, Tsinghua University (AADTHU), has meticulously curated the best artworks and designs from its 210 undergraduates. These works embody the essence of traditional culture and art while showcasing innovation.
New 'Mission: Impossible' wows Chinese audiences
Hollywood megastar Tom Cruise's new film "Mission: Impossible – Dead Reckoning Part One," filled with stunts, breathtaking action scenes, and his endless charisma, wows Chinese audiences.
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