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​UNESCO intangible cultural heritage: Sericulture and silk craftsmanship
China has a long history of cultivating silkworms and producing silk, which can be traced back 3,000 to 4,000 years. In 2009, sericulture, along with its related techniques and practices, was included on UNESCO's intangible cultural heritage list.
Experts discuss making 'Siku Quanshu' documentary
Experts convened in Beijing on Saturday to discuss the making of a documentary film about China's largest ancient encyclopedia "Siku Quanshu."
Dance production 'See' sees soundtrack's release
Starring one of China's most renowned dancers Tang Shiyi, the widely popular dance theater production "See" was performed on Friday at Tsinghua University.
​Denis Villeneuve on 'Dune: Part Two,' sci-fi and China
During an exchange with Chinese colleagues on a recent China tour in support of "Dune: Part Two," director Denis Villeneuve discussed the new film, his views on science fiction and his past experiences and future prospects with China.
Kung Fu Panda returns to China for new adventure
Universal Pictures hosted a premiere and temple fair-style celebration for the highly anticipated "Kung Fu Panda 4" at Universal Beijing Resort on Thursday, welcoming audiences to Po's latest adventure.
Urban love story 'I Miss You' resonates with Chinese youth
An adaptation of the popular romance novel "Wang Jinjin I Lost Twice" has touched the hearts of China's young people, becoming a recent box-office hit.
'Remember Me' director explores love
Xu Wei, director of the tear-jerking film "Remember Me," told that love is at the heart of his new film and urged people to act when they feel love for someone.
​UNESCO intangible cultural heritage: Tibetan opera
Tibetan opera is a form of performance art that is deeply embedded with traditional Tibetan culture. It is most popular in the Qinghai-Tibetan Plateau area in southwestern China.
​'Dune: Part Two' shows cinema's power
Sci-fi epic "Dune: Part Two" hit Chinese theaters last weekend. With its presentation in premium large formats like IMAX, the film showcases the true power of cinema.
​Macao holds 1st international comedy festival
The first Macao International Comedy Festival kicked off in Macao, southern China, on Monday, with filmmaker Zhang Yimou and renowned comedians in attendance. The festival is set to feature various international comedy films and theatrical plays to entertain audiences.
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