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- Colorful lanterns made with melon seeds
Colorful lanterns made with melon seeds have been highly praised in Foshan City of southern China's Guangdong Province.
- Beijing libraries seek to lure readers back
The National Library of China (NLC), which was recently made free to the public, received more visitors during the Spring Festival holiday, with an increase of 1,000 in daily visits compared with last year, according to the statistics.
- Valentine's Day in Shanghai
Just a friendly reminder to all you lovebirds out there in radio land that V-Day celebrations in Shanghai have quite a many options.
- 'Charm of China' tours western world
A performing arts tour is traveling around the Western world in order to present three groundbreaking performances mixed with Chinese and Western elements.
- Chinese performing troupe to tour Canada
The China Broadcasting Performing-Arts Troupe started its performance tour today around six Canadian cities from February 14 through February 28.
- Peking opera based on Hamlet performed in Paris
Chinese actors perform Peking opera that based on the story of Shakespeare' s tragedy Hamlet at Theatre Mogador in Paris, France on Feb. 11, 2008.
- Chinese, British women entrepreneurs meet at cultural festival
Some 100 British and Chinese women entrepreneurs gathered at Asia House in central London Tuesday to celebrate the China-UK Women's Cultural Festival.
- Snow sculptures attract visitors
The snow sculpture garden of Heihe city in northeastern China's Heilongjiang Province received a great many visitors from home and abroad on Tuesday, the last day of the Spring Festival holiday.
- Octogenarian stars perform in snow-relief show
Eighty-nine-year-old Peking opera master Wang Jinlu performs at a charity show in Beijing, a fundraiser for snow-stricken people in southern China, on Tuesday, February 12, 2008.
- London hosts Women in China photography exhibition
The photography exhibition Women in China opened in London Monday, showcasing women's lives in modern China.
- Ambassador's wife awarded French cultural badge
The wife of the Chinese ambassador to France, Qian Wei, was awarded Tuesday the French Literature and Art Commander Badge for her dedication to promoting cultural exchanges between China and France.
- Pinyin celebrates 50th birthday
Hanyu Pinyin, or the Chinese phonetic system, will celebrate its 50th anniversary on Monday (Feb. 11). One billion Chinese have used it to learn mandarin since the first edition of pinyin was issued in 1958.
- 10 e-games recommended for teenagers
China's Ministry of Culture has recommended 10 cyber games as suitable for minors to play during part of its drive to purify the online environment for the young.
- Equestrian theatre Zingaro debuts in HK
World-renowned French equestrian theater Zingaro set off at a gallop on Friday in Hong Kong with a special opening ceremony and a preview show to celebrate the Chinese Year of the Rat and the year of Beijing Olympics.
- China's National Library cuts service fees
The National Library of China (NLC) has cut fees to boost reading demand. Various fees including applying for reader's card, annual verification cost, using study rooms, and Internet surfing for the handicapped were annulled on Thursday.
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