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China is world’s 2nd largest film market

China’s box office sales hit 17.07 billion yuan (2.74 billion U.S. dollars) in 2012, surging 30.18 percent year on year and making the country the world’s second-largest film market. Chinese…

China’s box office breaks 17 bln yuan in 2012

China’s box office sales hit 17.07 billion yuan (2.74 billion U.S. dollars) in 2012, surging 30.18 percent year on year. Ticket sales for imported movies totaled 8.8 billion yuan, or…

China’s box office sets new record in 2012

China’s film industry earned about 16.8 billion yuan(2.69 billion U.S. dollars) in the box office in 2012, with domestic movies contributing less than half of the revenue, the Chongqing Economic…

Chinese leaders watch Peking Opera for New Year

Chinese leaders watch Peking Opera for New Year

Top Chinese leaders including Xi Jinping, general secretary of Communist Party of China Central Committee, on Sunday watched Peking Opera at the National Center for the Performing Arts in a…

Mo Yan awarded 2012 Nobel Prize in Literature

Mo Yan awarded 2012 Nobel Prize in Literature

Chinese writer Mo Yan was awarded the 2012 Nobel Prize in Literature in Stockholm Concert Hall in Sweden on Monday. The Nobel Prize Award Ceremony for 2012 started at 4.30…

More translations needed for Chinese literature to expand worldwide

Mohammed Elshijh, an Egyptian doctoral candidate at Beijing Language and Cultural University, chose to study Chinese literature after receiving his bachelor’s degree in 1999. As countries with long, rich histories,…

“I will continue telling my stories”: Mo Yan

“I will continue telling my stories”: Mo Yan

Chinese writer Mo Yan, winner of the 2012 Nobel Prize in Literature, described himself as a storyteller in a lecture at the Swedish Academy on Friday afternoon. It is telling…

China Central Academy of Fine Arts Establishes its Research Center in Hunan

On November 30, co-founded by the Hunan Huakai Chuangyi Exhibition Service Co., Ltd. and China Central Academy of Fine Arts, the first base of education, production and research of the…

Chinese scholar wins Russia’s Likhachov prize

Russia’s annual Likhachov Prize achievement was awarded here Friday to Liu Wenfei, a scholar from the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences (CASS), and four top Russian contributors. Liu, a research…

Tibetan Buddhist palaces restored in Forbidden City

Tibetan Buddhist palaces and buildings in the northwest corner of the Forbidden City, currently the Palace Museum in Beijing, have been reconstructed after a disastrous fire nearly 90 years ago.…