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Online exhibitions show Chinese cultural heritage in Sydney

2020-05-26 15:49:29

June 13 is China's Cultural and Heritage Day. The China Cultural Center in Sydney and the China Tourism Office in Sydney will launch a series of online events on that very day to show the inheritance and development of cultural heritage in China.

Qingyang sachets stitch their place into cultural firmament

2020-05-26 12:57:59

The Qingyang sachet, a time-honored cultural craft in Northwest China's Gansu province is experiencing a profound local revival. Generating wealth and hope, it proves folk art can adapt to modern aesthetics and the consumer market.

British cultural organization joins 2020 China Weeks to promote mutual exchange

2020-05-26 11:21:24

Recently, KT Wong Foundation (KTWF), a British cultural organization, collaborated with the China Tourism Office in London to promote cultural exchanges between China and Britain.

Turkey expects tourism rebound despite losses

2020-05-26 08:38:27

Turkey is hoping to revive tourism in the coming weeks with a strict plan, but visitor numbers and revenues will still drop amid the "new normal" and affect the economy during the COVID-19 pandemic, experts say.

A wasteland's revival as a wildlife refuge

2020-05-26 08:25:52

The Tangjiahe National Nature Reserve in Sichuan province hosts over 3,700 species of flora and fauna. And forests cover 96 percent of its roughly 40,000 hectares.

A healthy dose of common sense is the cure to coronavirus

2020-05-26 08:20:21

Conspiracy theories have taken a foothold in the news of late. The latest one blames 5G masts for spreading coronavirus. In Britain, there have been dozens of attacks on masts and telecom workers.

Doctor recounts fight against outbreak

2020-05-26 08:13:43

Editor's note: This series tells the stories of two sessions' participants, who are bravely fighting the virus outbreak with extraordinary dedication.

Taking e-commerce to the countryside

2020-05-26 08:04:15

A deputy from Guizhou promotes livestreaming as a way to sell local agricultural products, report Chen Nan in Beijing and Yang Jun in Guiyang.

Museums to feature items used in fight against COVID-19

2020-05-26 07:55:06

Since mid-March, Gao Wan'e, curator of the Wuhan Revolutionary Museum, has been busy collecting items demonstrating China's collective efforts in the fight against the novel coronavirus pandemic with her colleagues in Wuhan, Hubei province, previously the nation's hardest-hit city.

Theater history comes alive with livestreaming

2020-05-26 07:47:19

On International Museum Day-May 18-well-known actors and directors from Beijing People's Art Theater swapped roles and became tour guides, introducing the history of the theater to the public. Well, they became guides virtually, as the tour was actually livestreamed.

New days for homestays

2020-05-26 07:38:47

Cao Yiyong has finally seen a ray of light after the earlier stages of the COVID-19 outbreak meant his homestay faced a cloudy future.

Chubby, Auspicious Faces

2020-05-25 17:12:33

Fascinated by traditional Chinese culture, an illustrator, known by her online name, Jiao Xiangyue, has created many cute and interesting drawings, mostly figures with chubby and auspicious-looking faces.

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