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January-20-2017
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Honey-do-list for a Chinese lunar New Year
The Spring Festival will fall on Jan. 28 this year. China.org.cn shares with you a honey-do-list to embrace the festival with good luck.
January-18-2017
Architect builds understanding of Chinese style
Architect builds understanding of Chinese style
A Chinese architect returns to her homeland to discover the spirit of its vernacular architecture.
January-17-2017
Sculpting a legacy
Sculpting a legacy
A folk-figurine brand founded in imperial days looks to its future.
January-13-2017
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A woman's fight to hail Eileen Chang in the West
Her work has inspired Oscar-winning director Ang Lee and she is considered one of the most important Chinese writers of the 20th century, but Eileen Chang has yet to make a major impact in the West.
January-12-2017
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Chinese-style origins give vitality to domestic animation
China never lacks access to quality animation productions. The difficulty lies in how to translate them successfully and adapt them into the market.
January-11-2017
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Learning to sing is a click away
New Band, an app launched by Chinese pop singer-songwriter Hu Yanbin, helps youngsters get closer to their music dreams.
January-10-2017
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Cuban painter tastes fame at 101
Cuban-American artist Carmen Herrera has been painting for decades. And painting. And painting. At age 89, she finally sold something.
January-5-2017
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From mom-made porridge to Laba Festival
The Laba Festival, a traditional Chinese festival, falls on Jan. 5 this year. Chinese people eat Laba porridge on the day and pray for peace and good health in the coming year.
January-3-2017
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China reveals box office toppers for 2016
China's film regulator released statistics on the 2016 Chinese film industry on New Year's Eve.
January-3-2017
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See globalization throught art
An ongoing exhibition examines the economic, social and cultural transformations of the BRICS countries. The works on display show how artists react to these shifts.
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