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As storied as it is luxurious

2021-01-15 10:32

A new exhibition in Shanghai tells of the history of silk and its journey through the world.

Beijingers warm to ice skating

2021-01-15 07:20

Countless children growing up in Beijing enjoy ice skating in winter, with the sport well established as a seasonal tradition.

Study finds 'you' in text resonates with readers

2021-01-13 10:10

A study by researchers at the University of Michigan shows that a linguistic device, the use of "you" generically to make an idea seem more universal, has a hand in making ideas resonate.

A specialist in her aria

2021-01-13 07:50

Wang Jing is among a dedicated group of theater performers determined to help the Pingju Opera art form thrive in the modern era

A 'read-only' installation goes viral

2021-01-08 10:36

A pop-up installation that looked like a bookstore in Shanghai recently drew much attention because of its unusual offering.

More than books

2021-01-08 07:38

Bookworms in Shanghai have much to celebrate after a challenging 2020, with three prominent brands opening new lifestyle bookstores in December.

Breaking new ground

2021-01-07 07:44

The only all-female team of archaeologists in the west of China is unlocking mysteries of the past, while forging a path into the once male-dominated field for future generations of women to follow.

Translating special displays into items for everyday use

2021-01-07 07:34

A growing number of Chinese museums are interpreting their exhibits to develop cultural and creative products in versatile ways.

Director gives new life to deadly play by Camus

2021-01-05 10:41

Le Malentendu, or The Misunderstanding, is a play written by French writer Albert Camus (1913-1960) in 1943.

Chinese artists add more spice to US musical melting pot

2021-01-05 10:31

My daily commute to work in my previous home of Las Vegas, Nevada, used to go something like this.

A legacy forged in steel

2021-01-05 07:44

An industrial site that played a crucial role in the country's wartime history and subsequent development offers insights into the past, present and future.

'A Perfect Planet' producers praise China's green effort

2021-01-04 04:02

The executive producer of A Perfect Planet, the new landmark documentary series made by veteran British wildlife filmmaker David Attenborough, has praised China for its efforts in trying to find a solution to the world's energy problems and spoken of his delight at the enthusiasm for wildlife programs among the Chinese audience.

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