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China permits commercial performances in COVID-19 low-risk areas

2020-05-14 08:24

China's Ministry of Culture and Tourism has permitted for small-sized commercial performances to take place in COVID-19 low-risk areas, while medium- and large-sized performances are still suspended.

The wind of change

2020-05-13 07:59

Traditional Chinese musical instrument, the suona, is enjoying a popular revival thanks to the power of social media, Chen Nan reports.

Theaters adapt to dramatic change of scene

2020-05-13 06:49

Audiences warm to online shows as venues remain closed

Chinese embassy to Pakistan sends health packages to students

2020-05-12 13:28

On May 9, the Chinese embassy to Pakistan sent health packages to Chinese students in the country. This is the second time the embassy provided the students with necessities to fight against the COVID-19 epidemic.

Cracking the 'hummus code' in a healthy tradition at home

2020-05-12 09:38

As a longtime vegan enamored with many meat-free Middle Eastern dishes, which are much harder to find in restaurants in China, I made a powerful discovery in my own kitchen recently: I had finally cracked the "hummus code".

Seventy-six days and counting

2020-05-12 09:18

Arnauld Miguet and Gaël Caron of France Télévisions were among the only Western journalists in Wuhan during the entire 76-day city lockdown. Miguet, Beijing-based head of the station's Asia bureau, shares his first post-lockdown interview with CDLP.

Cultural connection vital amid coronavirus lockdown, says Du Fu documentary creator

2020-05-12 08:14

- British historian and TV presenter Michael Wood has said he is delighted to see that his newly released documentary about Du Fu, a prolific Chinese poet in Tang dynasty, has helped boost cultural understanding between different cultures especially during the novel coronavirus lockdown when mutual

A brewing recovery

2020-05-12 08:07

Tea farmers have literally received a helping hand-make that several-during the spring tea harvest amid the COVID-19 outbreak.

Visiting Beijing online launched in Mauritius

2020-05-11 15:00

The China Cultural Center in Mauritius recently launched a series of online exhibitions and film shows about Beijing.

In the land of imagination, cherries give life

2020-05-09 10:11

The play The Cherry Orchard by the Russian playwright Anton Chekhov was his final masterpiece, published in 1904 and premiering six months before his death in July that year. The play, following the decline of the upper-class Ranevskaya family, is one of Chekhov's most popular among Chinese audience

Italy's opera houses facing unusual challenges due to coronavirus

2020-05-09 09:10

Still unsure when Italy's national coronavirus strategy will allow it to reopen, the famed Teatro alla Scala opera house in Milan announced a plan that would launch its next season in September.

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