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November-17-2017
Chinese IT's 'alpha wolf ' releases new book
A collaborative autobiography by Zhou Hongyi, founder of the Chinese internet security company Qihoo 360, features anecdotes from the entrepreneur's life and his business choices.
November-17-2017
An APPLE for thinking, learning and designing
What color is an apple? Most people will say "red, green or yellow." But if you visit Ken Miki's "APPLE+ Learning to Design, Designing to Learn" exhibition at the Museum of Contemporary Art Shanghai (MoCA) in People's Park, you will be surprised.
November-17-2017
China's Terracotta Warriors wow museum-goers
A set of China's Terracotta Warriors have marched into historic Richmond, capital of U.S. state of Virginia, as local museum-goers, impressed by its delicacy and artistry, are given an extraordinary taste of Chinese history.
November-17-2017
Copenhagen Zoo breaks ground for Panda House
Denmark's most visited zoo in the capital city of Copenhagen held a groundbreaking ceremony for its new enclosure for a pair of giant pandas that are scheduled to come to Denmark from China in about one year.
November-17-2017
Paleolithic ruins suggest Mousterian culture in China
Paleolithic stone tools in the Mousterian style have been found in north China's Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region, despite the culture generally being associated with Neanderthals from the Old Stone Age in Europe, Central and West Asia, and Northeast Africa.
November-17-2017
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China launches online treasure hunt for lost antiques
An online platform featuring information on China's lost or stolen cultural relics was launched Thursday.
November-16-2017
Pianist Lang Lang replaced due to hand injury
Chinese pianist Wang Yujia will replace Lang Lang for Berliner Philharmoniker's concerts, entitled "Borgward Music Night," in Shanghai on November 16 and 17 due to a hand injury.
November-16-2017
Application opens for Shanghai International Film Festival
Application for next year's Shanghai International Film Festival opened online today, but applicants will be up against stiff competition.
November-16-2017
Kenya mulls incentives to boost film industry
Kenya is seeking to develop a raft of incentives that will boost the film sector, officials said on Wednesday.
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