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Lost in Russia


Chinese film Lost in Russia made history in becoming the first movie debuting during Spring Festival on streaming platforms for free of charge to the audiences.

'Once Upon a Time... in Hollywood' reigns at Critics' Choice Awards

Quentin Tarantino's Once Upon a Time... in Hollywood backed up its Oscars frontrunner status by scooping best picture at the Critics' Choice Awards on Sunday.
Source: AFP | 2020/1/13 18:33:40

What's trending on China's Twitter-like Sina Weibo on Monday

Jimin's incomparable dance skills on display, Zhang Yixing holds Wang Yibo's hand, TVB Awards make fans happy
Source: Global Times | 2020/1/13 18:28:20

Chinese studio A-lab turns to V-logs to introduce rural art village to the world

Xiayuancun, a village only 50 kilometers north of the urban center of Beijing, has attracted a number of artists, musicians, designers and more. Some of them like Hong Huang, has even lived in the village for 20 years.
Source: Global Times | 2020/1/13 18:13:40

'1917' marches to box-office victory in North American market

Universal's war drama 1917 took command of the North American box office this weekend, riding its Golden Globes success to earn an estimated $36.5 million, industry watcher Exhibitor Relations reported Sunday.
Source: AFP | 2020/1/13 18:03:40

French-Israeli artist showcases work from residence in Beijing

French-Israeli artist Nathanaëlle Herbelin, winner of the Yishu 8 prize, is holding a new exhibition at the George V Art Center in Beijing this week. The To Become exhibition features a number of paintings created during the artist's two-month stay in Beijing.
Source: Global Times | 2020/1/13 17:58:40

Lao She Youth Theater Awards to fund 12 scripts from young writers

A total of 12 scripts from young writers have been chosen as the winners of the Lao She Youth Theater Awards support project. These scripts - seven stage plays, four Chinese operas and one musical - were selected from a total of 131 submitted works.
Source: Global Times | 2020/1/13 17:53:45

China's 'anti-fan' culture on the rise

Several state-owned news outlets recently received reports from netizens that social media platforms may allow and even encourage accounts that spread malicious rumors and slander, according to Banyuetan, a semimonthly magazine under the Xinhua News Agency, which was seen as a sign that such accounts are on the rise.
Source: Global Times | 2020/1/13 15:38:15

Sculptures 'The Footsteps of the Qin Dynasty People' debut in Northwest China

A group of 22.1-meter-high sculptures titled "The Footsteps of the Qin Dynasty People" debuted in the cultural zone of a township in Northwest China's Shaanxi Province.
Source: Global Times | 2020/1/13 14:58:40

Beijing's Palace Museum provides options for Chinese New Year's Eve dinner

Having a grand dinner for Chinese New Year's Eve is a tradition in China, no matter if a family decides to stay at home or dine out. On Sunday, reports that the Palace Museum's Corner Tower Restaurant is accepting reservations for an “imperial family” feast on Chinese New Year's Eve excited Chinese netizens, leading it to go trending on China's Twitter-like Sina Weibo.
Source: Global Times | 2020/1/13 14:17:50

Beijing Book Fair debuts work on Chinese handicrafts

A new book featuring stories about China's craftsmen was released by the Shandong Science and Technology Press at the 2020 Beijing Book Fair on Thursday.
Source: Global Times | 2020/1/12 17:48:40

Japanese troupe brings 'The Women Who Loved Napoleon' to the capital

Japanese dance and song troupe Takarazuka Revue Old Generation staged three performances of The Light of Sword and Love: The Women Who Loved Napoleon for the ongoing Meet in Beijing international festival over the weekend.
Source: Global Times | 2020/1/12 17:43:41

New exhibition at National Art Museum of China to pay tribute to donors

The National Art Museum of China (NAMOC) will kick off a large-scale exhibition on January 19 to pay tribute to its donors.
Source: Global Times | 2020/1/12 17:43:40

Immersive learning

One of the first few Chinese-English immersion schools in Britain officially opened in south London, joining the continuing zeal there and beyond for learning Chinese.
Source: Xinhua | 2020/1/12 17:38:41