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April-19-2020
Will the pandemic permanently change people's dining habits?
Asian consumers are unlikely to dine out as frequently as before the COVID-19 pandemic, and they would prefer takeaways and eating at home when life goes back to normal.
February-22-2020
A call for help from a feathered friend
According to a survey by the Kunming Institute of Zoology, fewer than 500 of the peacocks may still exist.
February-13-2020
Disney's Chinese dreamer
Wong's Chinese roots and American upbringing allowed his work to flourish in the heartland of the world's film industry, Hollywood.
February-11-2020
Chinese audience anxious for Oscar films
Chinese audiences are still waiting for all those Oscar-winning films whose release has been affected by the new coronavirus outbreak.
February-6-2020
Cross Cultural Dialogue - Greetings from Lviv Historical Museum of Ukraine
China.org.cn and Capital Museum of China present you festival greetings from directors of the world's top museums.
February-3-2020
Cross Cultural Dialogue - Greetings from Royal Ontario Museum of Canada
China.org.cn and Capital Museum of China present you festival greetings from directors of the world's top museums.
January-31-2020
Cross Cultural Dialogue - Greetings from Edo-Tokyo Museum of Japan
China.org.cn and Capital Museum of China present you festival greetings from directors of the world's top museums.
January-28-2020
Cross Cultural Dialogue - Greetings from Capital Museum of China
China.org.cn and Capital Museum of China present you festival greetings from directors of the world's top museums.
January-26-2020
Famous cartoon mice to usher in Year of the Mouse
China.org.cn lists ten famous cartoon mouse characters to wish you good fortune in the Year of the Mouse.
January-25-2020
How do Chinese people celebrate Spring Festival?
Spring Festival, also known as China's Lunar New Year, is the most important traditional festival in China. In 2020, it falls on Jan. 25 and marks the first day of the Year of the Rat.
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