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Setting the scene for success

2013-01-29 16:56

For Enlight Media CEO Wang Changtian it is the best of times, finds Raymond Zhou, who reveals the behind-the-scenes moves that made Lost in Thailand such a runaway hit.

It's curtains for men playing women

2013-01-11 15:53

Nandan performance was an acclaimed art form, but changing attitudes and women on stage mean most nandan players are artifacts, guys out of work.

Doom is where you find it

2012-12-27 14:54

Those who believed the world was going to end were disappointed because they placed too much faith in the unknown. While some may have been hurt financially or psychologically, others treat doomsday as a game.

When can Chinese shed 'Nobel Prize Complex'?

2012-09-12 17:40

Recently, the news about Chinese writer Mo Yan's inclusion into the favorites for the 2012 Nobel Prize for Literature by some betting companies were reprinted by many cultural media outlets.

What Chinese want to read

2012-09-12 17:33

China's No. 1 best-selling novel is about four university graduates in a cold-blooded, dog-eat-dog world of luxury brands and spiritual emptiness.

Culture has no boundaries

2012-09-11 17:31

The successful completion of activities under the French Language Year in China and the Year of Australian Culture in China provided peoples with opportunities to experience different cultures.

Preserving folk culture

2012-09-11 15:42

Growing pains

2012-09-11 15:36
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Operatic dream blossoms

Tan Dun's love of traditional Chinese culture, especially gardens and Kunqu Opera, has been constant.

Six foods to beautify your skin

There are two benefits of Salmon: keep your skin moist, and avoid direct sunlight.

Glimpse at compound culture in Shanxi

The unrivaled compound culture in Shanxi Province has been known throughout the world.

The price of love

Why not rent a boyfriend, or girlfriend to please parents during the Spring Festival?