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China's major archaeological finds in last five years (part 2)

China's major archaeological discoveries were selected from the list of significant archaeological finds announced by the State Administration of Cultural Heritage (SACH) from 2011 to 2016.

Renowned Chinese Peking Opera debuts at New York

Renowned Peking Opera “Farewell My Concubine” debuted at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York on Friday. Performers took to the stage in the first of their 10 performances over a two-week period in New York.

Action! Chinese Film Panorama 2017 opens in Hong Kong

The martial arts genre also offers not-to-be-missed productions as this type of movie has a firm foothold in the city. Jumping to the front of the line is "The Master", scripted and directed by Xu Haofeng. The film depicts the increasing influence of warlords in martial arts societies, triggering disunion in the martial world.

Exhibition focuses on work of noted army photographer

Two gunshots were heard at the Bethune International Peace Hospital in Shijiazhuang, Hebei province, in December 1949. A Japanese doctor was shot dead by Sha Fei (1912-50), a patient of tuberculosis and a noted photographer of the People's Liberation Army.

Connecting with art

Last year, five Chinese painters were commissioned by the China Artists Association to execute two works for the upcoming seventh Beijing International Art Biennale.


Exhibition showcases how artist blends Eastern and Western influences

Macao-born artist Ng Sio-leng draws on her experiences of both East and West. The artist, who lived in London a year before moving to Taipei where she lived for a decade, has been in Beijing for the past nine years.