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NPC deputies and CPPCC members share views on conservation of cultural heritages

2019-03-15 15:16

This year's two sessions witnessed a heated discussion among many NPC deputies and CPPCC members about the issue of protecting, uti

Minister: China world's largest source of tourists

2019-03-11 15:04

Last Friday, Luo Shugang, minister of culture and tourism, said with the number of overseas trips made by the Chinese last year reaching 150 million, China has become the largest source of tourists in the world.

Moving pictures of the past is of reel importance

2019-03-14 08:04

Wang Jianguo, a member of the committee and a documentary director with China Central Television, proposed to digitize these precious files that record the history of the country.

Turning words into deeds

2019-03-15 07:05

Chi Zijian was seen attending the annual session of China's top political advisory body in Beijing earlier this week.

Movie stars shine light on poverty relief

2019-03-13 07:43

Jackie Chan shared some good news at group discussions of China's top political advisory body-but it had nothing to do with his upcoming films.

NPC deputy urges setting up plan for more heritage conservation talents

2019-03-09 22:19

A legislator is urging the training of more professional and high-level heritage conservation talents.

Filmmakers encouraged to go for realism

2019-03-07 07:00

President asks advisers in art, culture, social sciences to place people at center

Palace to host more thematic exhibitions

2019-03-06 10:09

Beijing's Forbidden City, China's imperial palace from 1420 to 1911, is one of the most visited tourist attractions in the country.

Deputies to 13th NPC arrive in Beijing

2019-03-02 10:24

Deputies to the 13th National People's Congress (NPC) arrive at Beijing Railway Station in Beijing, March 2, 2019, for the second session of the 13th NPC National Committee.

Lijiang cracks down on misconduct to restore tourists' faith, official says

2019-03-03 22:02

Authorities in Lijiang, a major tourist hub in Southwest China’s Yunnan province, will maintain a hardline stance against tourism-related misconducts to repair its image following a slew of scandals involving sightseers cheated in the province over the last few years.

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