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China Launches National Cultural Relics Survey 
China has recently launched its third national cultural relics survey in more than two decades.
Healthier Artwork Market Required in China
Many reports claim that the market is convoluted with genuine pieces mixed with fake ones.
Grand National Theatre Soon to Be Opened to Public 
Beijing's oval-shaped National Grand Theatre, was unveiled to the public on Friday.
Giant, Birdlike Dinosaur Found in China 
The remains of a giant, birdlike dinosaur have been found in north China's Inner Mongolia region.
China Protects Intangible Cultural Heritage
China has just marked another Cultural Heritage Day over the weekend.
China and the US Renew Cultural Exchange Accord
The cultural accord re-commits both governments in facilitating cultural, educational and artistic exchanges.
Chinese TV Drama Booms, but More Refined Works Expected 
Hundreds of directors, producers and actors arrived for the third TV Drama Awards at weekend.
What's Wrong with Chinese Movies?
Each Beijing resident watches an average of only 0.8 movie each year.
Sacrificing Ancient Relics for Traffic Improvements
It's no secret that narrow and interlaced streets cause severe traffic nightmares for commuters.
Movie Review: Fast Food Nation
Inspired by the bestseller that exposed the facts behind America's fast food industry comes a powerful drama.
China to Better Protect Ethnic Languages
The Chinese government is attaching greater importance to the protection of the country's ethnic culture.
The Long March of Rock'n'Roll
Rock and roll has actually been on a steady rise in China for about 20 years.
Imaginary Space: Retrospective of Jerry Uelsmann
Jerry Uelsmann, is both an acquaintance and a stranger to Chinese photographers.
International Paper-cutting Exhibition to Kick off
Paper-cutting originated in China, and the country has been promoting the art to people at home and abroad.
First Confucius Institute in Israel Launched
The first Confucius Institute in Israel has been officially launched in the University of Tel Aviv.
Chinese Bridge Initiated in Beijing
"Chinese Bridge", a visit to China by British education officials, began in Beijing on Sunday.
Proto Folk Music in Zhejiang
Proto folk songs are one of China's most precious traditions.
China Culture Studies Gains in Popularity 
The study of Chinese culture has been gaining increasing popularity in China of late.
Scent of Talented Women
Eileen Chang, a renowned modern Chinese writer, once said there are three regrets in the world.
Should Museums Always Open to the Public for Free?
In the just-concluded 31st World Museum Day, many museums across China opened free of charge to the public.
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