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Indian film challenges India's traditional sanitary culture


The Bollywood production, Toilet: A Love Story, has raised quite a stink in China where it was recently released, sparking serious online discussion about sanitary conditions in the country's southern ...

BRICS coproduction shines light on women in the modern world

A cross-cultural film by five female directors from BRICS countries (Brazil, Russia, India, China, and South Africa) was announced on Sunday during the Shanghai International Film & TV Festival.
Source: Global Times | 2018/6/18 17:23:39

In Iraq, Angelina Jolie calls for focus on conflict prevention

Hollywood star Angelina Jolie called on Sunday for a larger focus on conflict prevention rather than responding to its repercussions, during a visit to Iraq with the UN refugee agency.
Source: AFP | 2018/6/18 17:18:40

'Open Door to the Arts Festival' to kick off in Beijing in July

The annual children's art and music education program, Open Door to the Arts Festival, will kick off at the Forbidden City Concert Hall on July 5, the concert hall announced on Monday.
Source: Global Times | 2018/6/18 17:18:40

'Incredibles 2' makes heroic debut

Incredibles 2, the long-awaited return of a quirky animated superhero family from Disney-Pixar, reigned supreme at the North American box office, raking in a record $180 million in its debut, industry estimates showed on Sunday.
Source: AFP | 2018/6/18 17:18:39

Beyonce, Jay-Z celebrate marriage and blackness in surprise album

Music's most famous couple Beyonce and Jay-Z pulled a surprise by releasing a joint album, a long-rumored collaboration that celebrates their marital passion and black identity.
Source: AFP | 2018/6/18 17:13:39

Pakistani movie awarded jury prize at the SCO Film Festival

The Closing and Award ceremony of the first SCO Film Festival was held in Qingdao on June 17, 2018.Pakistani movie Punjab Nahi Jaongi was awarded the Jury Special Award, while Sultana Siddiqui, jury member from Pakistan, awarded best picture award to two movies from Afghanistan and China.
Source: Globaltimes.cn | 2018/6/18 15:54:49

Cultural relics from ancient Silk Road, Renaissance on display in Beijing

An exhibition on the Silk Road and the Renaissance has opened at the National Museum of China in Beijing and will run until August 19.
Source: Xinhua | 2018/6/18 13:22:14

Carving Mongolian culture on animal bones

In the morning, Serguleng rides his motorbike across the prairie in north China's Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region to collect cattle and sheep bones.
Source: Xinhua | 2018/6/18 10:54:47

Show in Rome offers multiple insights into Chinese traditional arts

A collective show of Chinese contemporary artists took place in the Italian capital on Friday, offering multiple insights into China's traditional cultural world.
Source: Xinhua | 2018/6/18 6:16:28

"Experiencing China" event staged in Rome, Italy

Artists perform during a show in Rome, Italy, June 16, 2018. A collective show of Chinese contemporary artists took place in the Italian capital on Friday, offering multiple insights into China's traditional cultural world. Titled "Experiencing China: The Nine Splendid Forms of Chinese Traditional Art", the event was part of an initiative aimed at enhancing both the overall knowledge of China in Italy and the artistic exchange between the two countries.
Source: Xinhua | 2018/6/17 10:15:48

French artist's film digitization project creates window into China's past

At first glance, piles of dank discarded film negatives in recycling centers may appear to be nothing but trash, but when you have half million negatives there is sure to be something worth saving - as French artist and photo editor Thomas Sauvin has proved through his nine-year artistic project.
Source: Global Times | 2018/6/17 9:50:33

Chinese TV series attract an international audience

At the just-concluded Shanghai TV Festival, French film and TV series producer Thomas Viguier was attracted by a TV series telling entrepreneurial stories in China.
Source: Xinhua | 2018/6/16 19:24:35

Chinese graduates prefer to work in new first-tier cities

Chinese graduates continue to shift their preference to emerging first-tier cities from traditional metropolises.
Source: Global Times | 2018/6/16 16:45:17