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Francophone month to kick off March 1

2021-02-26 16:52

The 25th Mois de la Francophonie will kick off on March 1, and run through the end of the month. With the theme of "to tell", a series of over 50 French events will take place in 20 cities around China, inviting people to tell their French stories, and also to listen and communicate with other people.

Geriatric superstars set tongues wagging

2021-02-26 10:53

A video clip of a choir comprising 36 geriatrics singing a popular song titled Adolescents during an online gala to celebrate Lunar New Year in early February went viral and inspired many younger viewers.

Annual TV gala to light up Lantern Festival

2021-02-26 10:06

CCTV will launch its annual gala to mark the traditional Chinese festival at 8 pm on Feb 26.

Australian-Chinese violinist releases Tambourin Chinois at age 13

2021-02-26 09:27

Christian Li, a 13-year-old Australian-Chinese violinist, released a performance of Tambourin Chinois, a joyous and delightful piece composed by Austrian-born violinist Fritz Kreisler (1875-1962) in 1901.

Regions display shining examples of progress

2021-02-26 07:46

Residents of Sichuan province, shunning travel outside the southwestern province in the aftermath of COVID-19, have a new attraction to visit that's closer to home; the lanterns at the Jinsha Site Museum in Chengdu.

Lighting up a special time

2021-02-26 07:41

Lantern Festival events bring friends and families together across the country in a unique celebration of culture and tradition marked by fascinating and imaginative illuminations.

Spring Festival gave tourism a boost, ministry says

2021-02-25 13:09

China's tourism industry got a boost during Spring Festival earlier this month despite many people being encouraged to stay put over the holiday, according to a release by the Ministry of Culture and Tourism on Thursday.

Careful hands turn waste into art

2021-02-25 10:34

Chen Hui, a retired surgeon in Fuqing, East China's Fujian province, engraves vivid images with his careful hands, turning waste into fine pieces of art.

20th century Indonesian art focus of Tsinghua exhibition

2021-02-25 10:16

Modern and contemporary Indonesian art have been heatedly discussed in international art circles for years. Meanders in the Tropics, an ongoing exhibition at Tsinghua University Art Museum until July 18, addresses this intensive interest in the art of 20th century Indonesia.

Antiquity exhibition spotlights China's rich fragrance culture

2021-02-25 10:12

Burning incense has a long history in China. In olden times, people burnt fragrant plants at rituals by which they hoped the smoke and the good smell would connect with the ancestors and the world of deities. Then gradually, incense became one of the commodities to bridge the Chinese and the world and a product to clean air indoors and to bring people mental comfort.

Exhibition in Shenzhen shows overseas Chinese art

2021-02-25 10:08

Dispersion and Convergence, an exhibition now on at the He Xiangning Art Museum, examines the creation of overseas Chinese artists and their insights into the life and identity of Chinese communities abroad.

Police drama makes for arresting viewing

2021-02-25 09:20

Realistic approach to tackling crime sees TV series win praise for acting and plotlines.

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