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Rendering the obsolete
A recent series of video clips that allow viewers to glimpse the appearances of historical figures-be they real or fictional-will attest.
Ballet goes folk
The National Ballet of China has announced its latest original piece, Like Flowers, will premiere on Sept 11 at the National Center for the Performing Arts in Beijing and will run at the venue until Sept. 13.
Beijing fringe festival set for late September
The 2020 Beijing Fringe Festival will take place in late September in the Chinese capital, featuring about 30 Chinese and foreign works, according to organizers.
15th Wenjin Book Award announces winners
?A total of 15 titles have bagged the Wenjin Book Award, China's top-notch book honor, the National Library of China (NLC) announced Wednesday.
China makes statues of outstanding teachers
The National Art Museum of China on Wednesday hosted a sculpture-themed activity, inviting sculptors to shape statues of outstanding teachers.
Expert speaks highly of VR progress in China
An expert working with the Visual Reality (VR) section of the Venice Film Festival has commended the progress made in VR industries of China.
Teens get a kick as kung fu's appeal rises
Zhao Yan, 17, won two gold medals in long boxing and blade play at a regional martial arts championship for teenagers held recently in Ningxia Hui autonomous region, Northwest China.
190-year-old stone tablet discovered in north China
A stone tablet dating back to the Qing Dynasty (1644-1911) has been discovered in north China's Hebei Province, local authorities said Wednesday.
Generations on, influence of Chinese philanthropist remains
After Japan launched its invasion of China in 1937, business pioneer and philanthropist Tan Kah-kee delivered passionate speeches to rally overseas Chinese scattered across Southeast Asian countries for funds and manpower to "help the motherland in her hour of need".
Xi extends Teachers' Day greetings to teachers
Chinese President Xi Jinping, also general secretary of the Communist Party of China Central Committee and chairman of the Central Military Commission, has sent greetings to teachers and workers in education circles across the country ahead of China's Teachers' Day that falls on Sept. 10.
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