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Sydney's iconic Chinatown eateries adapt to life under COVID-19

2020-08-08 09:21

As one of the most popular and recognizable venues in Sydney's Chinatown, Golden Century has been serving up traditional Cantonese dishes and fresh seafood for over 30 years.

China's fight against COVID-19 pandemic inspires Yemeni student

2020-08-07 07:57

TIANJIN-Although it's summer vacation, Moohialding Saleh Mohammed al-Kahtani, a Yemeni PhD student, has immersed himself in research materials in his university campus in North China's Tianjin.

Beijing offers cinemas subsidies to mitigate COVID-19 impact

2020-08-06 08:11

Beijing has offered a total of 20 million yuan (about $2.9 million) to the cinemas in the city to mitigate the impact of COVID-19 on their business, local authorities said Wednesday.

Terracotta Warriors see more visitors during summer vacation

2020-08-05 11:02

Emperor Qinshihuang's Mausoleum Site Museum, known for its famous army of terracotta warriors, has received nearly 20,000 tourists per day during the peak season of the summer vacation and the waning COVID-19 epidemic.

Fight against pandemic at the heart of Beijing exhibition

2020-08-04 08:37

Unity of Strength, an ongoing exhibition at the National Museum of China, shows that despite not working on the frontline to battle COVID-19, artists spare no effort to document the heroic deeds of those that did, hailing their great contribution to the cause.

Orchestra tunes in to live performances again

2020-08-04 07:45

"It's been a long time since we played music for you with a live performance, my friends," conductor Li Biao said to the audience. The words carried a great deal of significance. They were spoken on Friday after the Beijing Symphony Orchestra played the stirring piece, Ode to the Red Flag, composed

China's Palace Museum welcomes more visitors

2020-08-03 14:41

China's Palace Museum, also known as the Forbidden City, welcomed more visitors as it further raised the daily arrivals to 12,000 from July 28.

Chinese artist paints tributes to pandemic workers

2020-07-31 16:08

Chinese landscape paintings by artist Shu Yong are now on display at an exhibition at the Shanghai Baopu Art Museum.

'We have saved the heart': Venice to host first film festival of COVID era

2020-07-30 09:25

Fewer A-list stars will stumble out of parties along the lagoon to be snapped by paparazzi in boats. But organisers of this year's Venice film festival are promising plenty of movies -- on actual screens in front of actual audiences -- for the first time since the worldwide panvdemic shut showbiz.

Cultural center donates COVID-19 prevention materials to Thailand

2020-07-29 15:02

From July 17 to 23, the China Cultural Center in Bangkok donated pandemic prevention materials to Thai cultural sectors.

Beijing to reopen cinemas, theaters after months-long closure

2020-07-22 09:05

Cinemas in Beijing's low-risk areas for COVID-19 can resume operations on Friday, with effective epidemic prevention measures in place, a local official said on Tuesday.

China's Hubei resumes trans-regional group tours

2020-07-20 10:53

A group of six travelers from Wuhan city in Central China's Hubei province flew to Northwest China's Lanzhou city Saturday afternoon, marking the resumption of trans-provincial group tours for the province, where the COVID-19 epidemic was first reported.

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