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Why are Chinese cities fighting for talent?
In the past year, many large- and medium-sized Chinese cities have been engaging in a fierce "battle for talent."
Changsha committed to building national platform for culture and creativity
The International Youth Forum on Creativity and Heritage Along the Silk Road was recently held in Changsha, a city in central China.
'Avengers 3' reflects transformation of Chinese movie market
The new Disney and Marvel's superhero movie "Avengers: Infinity War" hit the Chinese mainland on May 11. Previously, it raked in US$100 million worldwide in a record 11 days.
New life in Wenchuan a decade after the 2008 earthquake
Ten years after the Wenchuan Earthquake, the area has found new life, which is reflected in each and every person across the quake-hit county.
Jessie J's win on Chinese TV show: A cultural and commercial success
Recently, British pop star Jessie J won the popular Chinese music competition show "Singer 2018," becoming the first international performer to win the televised contest in six seasons.
China: Hold the cyber security 'key' in its own hands
Facebook's recent data leak scandal has caused a huge public outcry. Data analysis company Cambridge Analytica accessed information from at least 87 million Facebook users without their knowledge.
Tiger Ying: Looted Chinese cultural relic auctioned in UK
On April 11, the Tiger Ying, a cultural relic believed to be looted from China to the U.K., was sold at the Canterbury Auction for 410,000 pounds.
BFA: Asian countries must stand firm with each other
Asian countries must stand together firmly to promote globalization while upgrading and expanding hard-won progress through reform and innovation.
Qingming Festival: A dialogue between the dead and the living
Tomorrow, China will remember the dead with a similar occasion, known as the Qingming Festival. However, it is nothing like the festive Mexican way of marking the event, nor is it a day for celebration.
Online courses benefit children in poor areas
There are only three students at Lumacha Primary School in a remote, mountainous area of northwest China's Gansu province.
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