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July-19-2017
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Dangal underlines popularity of Indian films in China
Chinese love of Indian films, shown by the runway success of the latest Bollywood blocker Dangal, can bring the two countries closer together.
June-21-2017
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Audiences not to blame for poor films
Director Feng Xiaogang suggested the box office success of poorly made films has something to do with their "rubbish" audiences.
June-20-2017
What do you know about Chinese culture?
To illuminate the issue, China Today interviewed Dr. Liu Jinghui, coordinator of the Chinese Program at the College of Humanities and Social Sciences at California State University.
June-16-2017
Heritage gets a boost
An exhibition on Suzhou embroidery, which is known for its subtlety, brings to the fore its long history.
June-16-2017
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Hong Kong auteurs ready to roll on coproductions
Collaborations with the Chinese mainland are all the rage in the city's movie industry, whose comedy and action brands are drawing audiences on both sides of the border.
May-29-2017
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The role of experts in society
Experts should make an effort to share their knowledge and experience with society at large, rather than simply confining themselves to a university system that offers little to the public.
May-24-2017
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Chinese language and culture booms in West led by Italy
Italy is an extremely enthusiastic supporter of closer links between Europe and China, showing this in many concrete forms.
May-23-2017
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Promoting learning as a lifelong journey
Let us not forget about our elderly, for they are a great resource for bridging our past, understanding our present and ensuring a better future for generations to come.
April-28-2017
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Wang Yi in Athens: culture and politics
Preserving culture is important for economic growth. The Belt and Road Initiative can help preserve culture in ancient countries.
April-21-2017
Joy of reading is being lost in the digital age
The Chinese Academy of Press and Publication's annual survey found that Chinese adults read 7.86 books on average last year, 0.02 more than 2015.
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