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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.

Individual plating once prevalent in ancient times

2021-01-02 10:05

Historical records and paintings suggest that serving chopsticks and individual plating-dining habits reminiscent of the West-was the norm in ancient China.

Divvying up plates into portions a new fashion

2021-01-02 10:00

Before a steaming platter of egg-fried rice was brought to customers, chef Gao Xiaosheng at Pudong Shangri-La Hotel in Shanghai divvied up the dish into six portions and placed them separately onto six plates.

Year-ender: Top 10 cultural events from 2020

2020-12-30 07:31

The year 2020 has been a tough one in which we suffered from the coronavirus epidemic and faced enormous challenges in many aspects of life. In spite of this, we still made many achievements in the cultural field. Let's review and carry on our journey bravely in the coming new year.

More Chinese seeking leisure experiences, report says

2020-12-29 11:36

Chinese spend an average of 4.9 hours online for leisure, according to the Green Book of China's Leisure unveiled in Beijing in early December.

Hot for cold

2020-12-29 09:26

A growing number of Chinese are enjoying winter experiences, especially skiing, this season.

Exerting a new focus on fitness amid the pandemic

2020-12-25 08:35

It took the spread of a deadly disease across our planet for me to start taking my personal health more seriously. And while I set out to strengthen my body, I ultimately ended up more so strengthening my mind.

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