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Chinese director wins Silver Bear award
 Chinese director and screenwriter Wang Xiaoshuai has picked up his second Silver Bear at the Berlin Film Festival, winning the best screenplay prize for the film In Love We Trust on February 16, 2008.
·Strong human touch dominates Berlin film festival
Taiyuan celebrate Lantern Festival
  Residents of Jinci Town in the northern Chinese city of Taiyuan perform traditional folk arts to celebrate the Lantern Festival, which falls on February 21 this year.
·'Lantern Festival should be formal holiday'
·Chinese Lantern Festival coming
·Lantern festival gala to be broadcast Thursday
Winehouse donimates Grammys from afar
  Trapped half a world away by the place she promised to never "go, go, go," a vibrant, exuberant Amy Winehouse dominated the Grammys on Sunday night, winning five awards and delivering a defiant performance of her autobiographical hit "Rehab" via satellite from London.
·Amy Winehouse to perform at Grammys via satellite
·WGA allows writers to work for 50th Grammy Awards
·Lang Lang receives Grammy nomination
58th Berlin Film Festival opens
  The 58th Berlin Film Festival opened Thursday evening. The gala featured the world premiere of Oscar-winning director Martin Scorsese's concert movie about the legendary rock group the Rolling Stones.
·More films competing for Golden Bear unveiled
·Madonna's film to debut at Berlin Film Festival
·First 8 films confirmed to compete Berlin Int'l Film Festival
·Chinese Film Tuya's Marriage Wins Top Award in Berlin
Rock veteran rules Beijing pop awards
  Veteran rock singer Zheng Jun dominated the Beijing Pop Music Awards on Wednesday with five honors, proving his decade-long career is not in a downturn.
·Rocker Wang Feng holds solo show
·Rock 'n' roll relics resuscitate, refresh fans
·Rock pioneer hopes for late surge
·Rock carvings at Tian Yi Tomb
Stars shine at 2007 Internet Awards
  2007 has been another exciting year here in China. A fair amount of events from grand festivals to hot online topics are still living vividly in our memories.
·China's Internet Media Awards Ceremony
20th Star Light Awards held in Shanghai
  The twentieth "Star Light Awards," one of the highest TV awards in China, were awarded on Wednesday evening.
Jay Chou collects ringtone awards
  Pop star Jay Chou is the most popular voice for mobile phone ring tones and ring-back tones as he received the Most Downloaded Male Singer award on Sunday at a pop charts gala jointly held by China Mobile and Shanghai Media Group.
Chan, Yung 'most popular singers' anew
  Hong Kong singers Eason Chan and Joey Yung continued their reigns over the local pop music scene, walking away with the Most Popular Male and Female Singer awards at Saturday's Jade Solid Gold ceremony.
Singers, actors claim fashion awards
  Fashion trendsetters of the screen and stage reigned over the 2007 China Fashion Awards, held on Sunday in Shanghai.
·'Channel Young' China Fashion Awards 2006
Lust, Caution wins 44th Golden Horse Awards
  Lust, Caution, the spy thriller directed by Ang Lee, won seven of the 44th Golden Horse Awards in Taiwan, according to Taiwan media reports.
Chinese film Western Trunk Line wins Tokyo award
  The Western Trunk Line, a Chinese movie telling the story of a remote town at the end of 1970s, won the Special Jury Prize at the 20th Tokyo International Film Festival on Sunday.
·Tokyo International Film Festival opens
·Sino-Japan Movie to Open Tokyo Film Festival
Golden Rooster film gala concludes in Suzhou
  The 16th Golden Rooster and Hundred Flowers Film Festival finished on Saturday in the eastern city of Suzhou.
·Golden Rooster crows on starry night
·Int'l movies to be showcased on China's national film festival
Pusan Int'l Film Festival opens
  The 12th Pusan International Film Festival (PIFF), started its eight-day schedule on Thursday, in the southeastern port city of Pusan, South Korea.
Rock Hits the Capital!
  The third annual Beijing Pop Music Festival delighted music lovers with its big name acts such as Brett Anderson, the New York Dolls and Public Enemy on Saturday at Beijing's large Chaoyang Park.
·Pop Stars to Rock Beijing
Ang Lee Wins Second Golden Lion
  Ang Lee's erotic spy thriller Lust, Caution won the Venice Film Festival's top Golden Lion award yesterday, two years after he captured the same prize with Brokeback Mountain.
·Lust, Caution Crew Show up in Venice
·75th Anniversary Venice Film Festival Opens
·The Big Ang
Golden Bauhinia Awards Handed out in Hong Kong
  An awards ceremony for the 12th Hong Kong Golden Bauhinia Awards was held Saturday night in Hong Kong Polytechnic University.
75th Anniversary Venice Film Festival Opens
  The British film Atonement kicked off festivities at the 75th anniversary edition of the Venice Film Festival on Wednesday. The 11-day event will see Chinese director Zhang Yimou head the jury and Chinese helmers, including Jiang Wen and Ang Lee, vie for the top prize.
·Director Confirms Godly Detective to Vie for Gold Lion
·HK Film Catches Last Train to Venice
·Blood Brothers to Close Venice Film Festival
·Zhang to Head the Jury of Venice Film Festival
·Still Life Out of the Race for HK Film Awards
The Knot Wins Big at Huabiao Awards
  At Sunday night's award ceremony for the 12th Huabiao Film Awards -- the top official award for Chinese movies -- the romance blockbuster The Knot, or Yun Shui Yao, was honored as the top winner, carrying off six key prizes for Best Feature Film, Best Director, Best Actor, Best Actress, Best Playwright, and Best Film Technology.
·Awards Mark 100 Years of Chinese Film
·Huabiao Film, Feitian TV Awards
·Stars Glitter at Huabiao Awards
Mandarin Music Awards Still Reign of Andy Lau
  Cantonese-speaking superstar singer Andy Lau on Saturday garnered six big prizes at the Metro Radio Mandarin Music Awards, continuing his reign as the king of Hong Kong's only music awards for Mandopop.
Shanghai Joins in Live Earth's Global Chorus
  China's contribution to the Live Earth worldwide show was a low-profile concert in Shanghai on Saturday. Veteran British singer Sarah Brightman led a pack of domestic pop stars hailing from the Chinese mainland, Hong Kong and Taiwan. The three-hour show went on despite the rain, as part of an international effort to promote further action against climate change.
·What We Can All Do Now to Save Our Threatened Planet
·Live Earth Shanghai Reveals Disappointing Lineup
·China Unveils New Plan to Reach Green Goals
·National Climate Change Program
·Environment, Economy Go Together
·China Calls for Coordinated Global Efforts to Address Climate Change
·China, US Urged to Team Up on GHGs
·Live Earth Concert to Raise the Roof in Shanghai
The 1st China Fashion Award Unveils in Shanghai
  The 1st China Fashion Award ceremony was held in Shanghai International Convention Center on Thursday night, with many big names in fashion circle attending the event.
Eason Chan Crowned 'Entertainer of the Year'
  The 7th Chinese Music Media Awards was held in Hong Kong on Saturday night.
Li Yuchun, Jeff Chang Win Music Radio Awards
  Chinese pop singer Li Yuchun, the winner of 2005 "Super Girl" contest, and pop veteran Jeff Chang received their 2006 Music Radio Awards in Shanghai on Tuesday June 26.
Jolin Tsai Biggest Winner at Golden Melody Awards
  Taiwan pop diva Jolin Tsai was the biggest winner at the 18th Golden Melody Awards on Saturday, dubbed the Chinese-language Grammys.
10th Shanghai Int'l Film Festival Kicks off
  More than 270 movie stars from around the world, including Sharon Stone and Maggie Cheung, walked on the red carpet in Shanghai Grand Theatre on Saturday night, marking the opening of the 10th Shanghai International Film Festival.
·Shanghai Film Fest to Screen 13 Movies from Japan
·Fans Find Shanghai Film Festival a Hot-Ticket Item
·International Guest Lineup for Shanghai Film Fest
Cannes Film Festival Wowed by Wong's Blueberry Nights
  Hong Kong director Wong Kar-wai received the single honor of opening the 60th Cannes film festival on Wednesday with his latest creation, My Blueberry Nights, starring singer Norah Jones and actor Jude Law.
·Curtains Go up as Cannes Film Festival Turns 60
·Five Directors to Announce Their New Movies at Cannes
·Doubt Surrounds Jiang's Cannes Bid
·Wong Kar-Wai's My Blueberry Nights to Open 60th Cannes
·Gong Li, Wong Kar-wai to Attend Cannes Anniversary
Stars Gild CCTV's Lily Awards
  A-list stars stole the winners' thunder as they appeared at the Lily Awards ceremony on Saturday in Beijing. This year was the seventh Lily Awards, which is organized by China Central Television's movie channel (CCTV-6) to honor outstanding contributors to the country's digital film industry, in particular the films made for TV.
Cross-Straits Love Wins The Knot Best Picture at Beijing Student Film Festival
  The Knot, a movie about love separated by the Taiwan Straits, won Best Feature Film at the 14th Beijing Student Film Festival on Saturday evening.
·14th Beijing Student Film Festival Kicks Off
Midi Riffs Exposed to the Masses
  China's largest outdoor rock festival the Midi Music Festival will become bigger and better than ever this year. Altogether, 90 bands and 57 individual musicians will perform at five stages at the festival this week.
·Music Festival Adds Spice to Holiday
·Hanggai Band
·Music Festival Strikes up the Bands in Beijing
A French Movie Banquet for Chinese Moviegoers
  An opening banquet was held on Friday night at the Embassy of France in China, for the ongoing French film screening titled "Panorama Du Cinema Francois" in Beijing, Shanghai, Chengdu and Nanjing.
·French Films to Entertain Moviegoers in Shanghai
Tribeca Film Festival Opens in New York
  The sixth annual Tribeca Film Festival, which opened in New York Wednesday, will showcase 157 features and 88 shorts from 47 countries and territories, including four Chinese films.
·Chinese Film Tuya's Marriage Wins Top Award in Berlin
·Lost In Beijing at Berlin Film Festival
·Still Life Out of the Race for HK Film Awards
·Still Life Joins Toronto Festival
Fuzi Sweeps Hong Kong Film Awards
  The 26th Hong Kong Film Awards were held at the Hong Kong Cultural Center on Sunday night. Fuzi, as known as After This Our Exile, collected five major awards including best picture and best director while Lau Ching Wan and Gong Li earned best actor and actress awards.
·Korean Stars Dot Firmament of 1st Asian Film Awards
·Still Life Out of the Race for HK Film Awards
·HK Film Awards Announces Nominees
Aaron Kwok and Xu Jinglei Most Attractive in Cinematographers' Eyes
  Hong Kong actor Aaron Kwok and Chinese mainland actress Xu Jinglei have been awarded this year's Most Attractive Actor and Actress by Hong Kong's Society of Cinematographers.
Zhang Ziyi Brings Charm to the World
  Chinese actress Zhang Ziyi accepts a "You Bring Charm to the World" award for being an influential Chinese in 2006 from director Feng Xiaogang at Peking University Hall in Beijing, Saturday, March 31, 2007. Zhang Ziyi was honored for being a two-time Oscar awards presenter and a judge at last year's Cannes Film Festival.
·Zhang Ziyi: Lucky, Diligent, So Am I Today
Korean Stars Dot Firmament of 1st Asian Film Awards
  South Korean thriller The Host enjoyed the glory of winning four out of five nominations, including best picture, at Hong Kong's inaugural Asian Film Awards on Tuesday night while Chinese director Jia Zhangke was honored for best directing. The awards further marked the opening of the 3rd Entertainment Expo Hong Kong to run March 20 until April 15.
·The 3rd Entertainment Expo Hong Kong Opens
·Stars Gather in HK for Inaugural Asian Film Awards
·Gong Li, Zhang Ziyi Vie for 1st Asian Film Awards
·Hong Kong Asian Film Festival
Chinese Love Saga Bags Golden Bear
  Tuya's Marriage, an unconventional Chinese love story about a herdswoman and her two husbands, has won the Golden Bear prize for best picture at the 57th Berlin Film Festival.
·Only Chinese Movie to Compete for Golden Bear Award
'Curse' Fails Oscar Quest for Best Costume Design
  Hong Kong designer Yee Chung Man failed to receive the Oscar for Best Costume Design for his work on Curse of Golden Flowers in the Academy Awards.
·No Oscar Nod for Chinese Epic
·Curse of the Golden Flower Sets New Box Office Record
·Curse of Golden Flower Will Screen One Week Earlier
Cosplay Shines at the Golden Dragon Awards
  More than 200 "cosers" from all over the country got together in Guangzhou yesterday afternoon for the National Cosplay Invitation Competition and the grand ceremony for the 3rd Golden Dragon Awards for Original Animations and Comics Produced in Chinese (OACC).
·Cartoon Heroes Race from Clutches of the First Emperor
·One Mln Yuan Prize for Best Domestic Cartoon
·Record 81,000 Minutes of Cartoons Produced in 2006
·Animation Industry Looks to Future
·China's Most Expensive Cartoon Struggles to Cover Expenses
·Digital Entertainment Expo Features Latest Games
·Animated, But not Yet a Cash Cow
·Thru the Moebius Strip: A 3D Animated Coup for China
BQ 2006 Big Name Awards Held in Beijing
  The BQ 2006 Big Name Awards ceremony, organized by Beijing Youth weekly, was held in Beijing on Monday evening. It featured more than forty best-selling artists from the Chinese mainland, as well as Hong Kong and Taiwan.
Zhang Yimou's Movie Gets Oscar Nomination
  The musical Dreamgirls led the list of Academy Award nominations announced in Los Angeles Tuesday with eight nods but was shut out of the hugely important Best Picture category in favor of Babel, The Departed, Letters from Iwo Jima, Little Miss Sunshine and The Queen. Chinese director Zhang Yimou's Curse of the Golden Flower got a nomination for Costume Design though not in the race for Best Foreign Language Film.
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