Gold and wood insects fly in Beijing's museum
The natural beauty of Xinjiang amazes people
French veteran plans China film
Photographer's show displays portraits of cultural celebrities
Chinese pavilion at Venice show to focus on mountains and water
'Sea of flowers' attract tourists in Northeast China

British library brings its treasures to China

The exhibition "Shakespeare to Sherlock: Treasures of the British Library" opened to the public in Beijing on April 21. The exhibition featured nine manuscripts and two early editions from 10 iconic British writers.

Chinese and Australian companies sign 7 movie deals

While the Chinese movie market has attracted Australian filmmakers over the past decade, only eight coproduction projects have taken off since 2006, when the two countries first signed a treaty to encourage film partnership. But with seven new coproduction deals signed in Beijing on April 20, the number is expected to rise.

Film fest highlights lives reflected in documentaries

Centered on individuals, five documentaries by Chinese and foreign directors win at a Hangzhou festival.

Five-country coproduction to open BRICS film festival

Chinese filmmaker Jia Zhangke has teamed up with four established directors from Brazil, Russia, India and South Africa to make a movie.

Migrant worker wins hearts with her article

An essay written by a migrant worker about her family went viral on Chinese social media, as her plain, vivid and humorous words resonated with many readers.

 

New light on old money

Empires along the ancient Silk Road may have faded into obscurity over time, but a coin exhibition shows how trade thrived on the legendary Eurasian route.

 
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