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A time to heal old wounds of racial inequality in the world

2020-06-12 07:33

The death of George Floyd, a 46-year-old black man, in police custody in Minnesota on May 25 sparked multiracial protests across the United States demanding an end to racial inequality.

Cultural relics exhibited at Nanjing Museum

2020-05-18 16:27

A journalist takes photos of the exhibits during a special exhibition with a selection of cultural relics dating from the Spring and Autumn Period (770-476 BC) to the Qin and Han Dynasty (221 BC-220 AD) at the Nanjing Museum in Nanjing, East China's Jiangsu province, May 17, 2020. The special exhibi

Overseas Museum re-opens with postcard exhibition

2020-05-18 13:11

The Overseas Chinese Museum of China reopened on May 15 after a closure lasting over three months due to COVID-19, starting things off with a major exhibition of old postcards.

Ancient Shu civilization reveals unsolved mysteries

2020-05-18 09:44

The ancient Shu civilization, originating in Sichuan and environs through the early Spring and Autumn Period (770-476 BC), is an ancient civilization distinct from the Central Plains civilization but still related to it.

Museums rise to COVID-19 challenge

2020-05-18 09:15

Museums in many Chinese cities are holding a variety of events to promote culture and get closer to the public, echoing the theme of the 2020 International Museum Day, which is "Museums for Equality: Diversity and Inclusion".

Cultural revenue stream

2020-05-18 08:15

In a bid to beat the effects of the pandemic, two Chinese theater institutions have teamed up with streaming platform Youku to premiere their first online musical, Chen Nan reports.

Restorers of Xumishan Grottoes prove to be picture of dedication

2020-05-18 08:15

Even during the scorching summer, the team of seven had to wear layers of thick clothes and knee pads to stay warm in a freezing and damp grotto. The dark space is dimly illuminated by their headlights and is home to wall paintings dating back hundreds of years.

Ballerinas unite to help lessen impact of outbreak on fellow dancers

2020-05-18 08:14

Thirty-two dancers from 14 countries came together to give a performance for a virtual audience, in a bid to mitigate the impact of the coronavirus pandemic on members of the ballet community.

Drama rekindles interest in Chinese Renaissance

2020-05-12 11:09

Serenade of Peaceful Joy (Qing Ping Yue), a historical TV drama about the life of an emperor of the Song Dynasty (960-1279), has become an unexpected hit among viewers of the Chinese mainland.

National Art Museum of China to reopen with daily cap of visitors

2020-05-12 08:23

The National Art Museum of China will reopen from Wednesday with a daily cap of 500 visitors, as the country is opening up its public venues in an orderly manner after the coronavirus epidemic eases.

Museum preserves old sounds of Beijing

2020-01-31 14:54

Street hawkers and vendors calling out their wares, chirping cicadas and pigeon whistles... the lost sounds of traditional Beijing life can still be found in a museum.

Chinese Lunar New Year celebrations held in Los Angeles

2020-01-31 12:19

A series activities were held to celebrate Chinese Lunar New Year at the Farmers Market in Los Angeles, the United States, Jan. 26, 2020.

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