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July-20-2018
Mysterious sarcophagus unearthed in Egypt
Egyptian archaeologists have found skeletons when they opened a mysterious giant sarcophagus on Thursday in the coastal city of Alexandria.
July-20-2018
Retired teachers enlisted to boost rural education
A plan jointly formulated by the Ministry of Education and the Ministry of Finance recently is recruiting elite retired teachers to teach in rural schools in an effort to boost education in the country's underdeveloped areas.
July-20-2018
Workshops promote craft in rural Guizhou
Fashion from Southwest China's Guizhou province impressed visitors at the 2018 International Women Sustainable Development Forum and Handicrafts Exhibition held in London recently.
July-20-2018
Chinese oil painting exhibition tour kicks off in Rome
A visitor at the China Implications, an oil painting exhibition, at the Vittoriano Palace in Rome, Italy.
July-20-2018
All set for release of Sino-US coproduction
​The Sino-US coproduction Magical Circus: Animal Crackers will be unleashed in Chinese cinemas on July 21.
July-20-2018
Chinese culture-centric Lotus Festival blooms in LA
About 200,000 festivalgoers gethered last weekend to celebrate the diverse pan-Asian and Pacific Island communities and culture of Los Angeles.
July-20-2018
More than 37 mln students in China's higher education last year
A total of 37.79 million students received higher education across China in 2017, with gross student-enrolment at 45.7 percent, the Ministry of Education said Thursday.
July-20-2018
China's national book expo opens in Shenzhen
The 28th National Book Expo kicked-off in the southern Chinese city of Shenzhen on July 19, 2018.
July-20-2018
Festival to bring German beer culture to China's Kunming
Munich's Oktoberfest, one of the world's most prestigious beer festivals, will kick off its latest China tour next month in Kunming, capital of Yunnan Province.
July-20-2018
Rare artworks donated to Hong Kong museum
Over 350 Chinese paintings and calligraphy works collected by a philanthropist were donated to the Hong Kong Museum of Art on Thursday, with a hope of further promoting traditional Chinese culture in the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region (HKSAR).
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