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Chinese folk arts liven up St. Patrick's Day event

2020-03-19 14:42:39

The St. Patrick's Day parade and Irish Music Festival kicked off in Wellington, New Zealand, on Saturday, attracting 300 participants with a lively cross-cultural art performance.

Online classes provide guidance to appreciate art

2020-03-19 11:20:00

Many performances in February and March were canceled in China due to the COVID-19 outbreak.The National Center for the Performing has found other ways to help people in quarantine appreciate art.

Wuhan University invites people to enjoy cherry blossoms online

2020-03-19 11:00:00

On March 16, Wuhan University invited people to enjoy cherry blossoms online.

In old frontiersman's lost horse, we find encouragement

2020-03-19 10:15:39

Long before I ever uttered my first word in Mandarin Chinese, I encountered a story that has helped me redefine how I approach the good and the bad in life-the tale of the old frontiersman's lost horse, or sai weng shi ma.

Over 30 pct of tourist sites reopened in China

2020-03-19 10:10:00

A total of 3,714 tourist sites in 28 provinces, autonomous regions and municipalities on the Chinese mainland had reopened as of Monday, accounting for over 30 pct of the total, an official Wednesday.

As epidemic wanes, cultural sites once again greet visitors

2020-03-19 09:16:36

Before Spring Festival, the outbreak of COVID-19 forced thousands of museums to close their doors.

People get fit after exercising restraint

2020-03-19 09:05:22

YINCHUAN-Wang Yifei has put on weight after isolating himself at home for over a month during the COVID-19 epidemic. Repeatedly watching videos of the late Kobe Bryant didn't relieve, but intensified, his urge to return to the basketball court.

'Heroes without halos'

2020-03-19 08:38:07

A new documentary opens with contrasting scenes of empty streets and busy medical workers at a crowded hospital, working around the clock to save people's lives.

Swan route takes wing with protective measures

2020-03-19 08:24:37

Spring is in the air. Tens of thousands of swans are leaving their winter homes in China and flying back to Siberia.

Reality's TV stars

2020-03-19 07:57:50

Zhao Kaixuan, a young nurse from Quzhou in Zhejiang province, was among the first batch of medical teams from her area dispatched to Wuhan, Hunan province, which is hit hardest by the COVID-19 epidemic.

Brick-and-mortar bookstores launch 'takeout' service

2020-03-18 16:26:09

A total of 72 brick-and-mortar bookstores in Beijing have settled in Meituan Dianping, China's online food delivery platform, and launched "takeout" service to attract more customers and mitigate the effect of the novel coronavirus outbreak.

Classrooms reopen in Xinjiang with wishes, wariness as epidemic wanes

2020-03-18 13:30:00

Eighteen-year-old Cao Jianing got up especially early on Monday morning, a day she has been looking forward to for weeks.

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