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Zhou Libo's arrest case to be held in March in America
The Preliminary Hearing of the case of Chinese comedian Zhou Libo, who is facing weapon and drug charges, will be held on March 15, 2018, a judge announced on Thursday.
Jin Yong's Chinese martial arts novel published in English
​A Hero Born, the first volume of famous Chinese martial arts novelist Jin Yong's Legends of the Condor Heroes, was on Thursday published in English for the first time.
Box office hits record high during Spring Festival holiday
​China's box office raked in more than 5.6 billion yuan (880 million U.S. dollars) during the Spring Festival holiday, breaking the sales record for the same period.
Wild Spring Festival film season smashes records
The seven-day Chinese lunar New Year national holiday witnessed the Chinese film market reach unprecedented territory with twists and turns between the rivals culminating in six films grossing 5.65 billion yuan (US$890.39 million) in six days.
Popular Chinese cartoon hits Australian TV
Animated Chinese cartoon series Luo Bao Bei has debuted in Australia during the Spring Festival, giving more Chinese culture to the local audience.
Chinese pianist holds a charity show
How to spend the Chinese Lunar New Year with a special and unforgettable meaning? Chinese pianist Chen Jie's answer is: putting up a charity show for the kids with special needs in New York.
Kam Mak to lead MET celebration workshop
Chinese-American artist Kam Mak, who designed nine Chinese Lunar New Year stamps for the U.S. Postal Service (USPS), will lead a stamp-making workshop at the Metropolitan Museum of Art (MET) in New York City on Saturday.
Chinese cultural feast provided in US Midwest
Overseas Chinese in U.S. Midwest are lucky enough to have a feast of Chinese cultural performances to ease their nostalgia while embracing the 2018 Chinese Lunar New Year, the Year of the Dog.
Israeli play Ghetto to be staged in China November
Israeli playwright Joshua Sobol's play Ghetto will be staged in Beijing in November this year.
Online streaming grows fast under tightened supervision: report
China's online streaming sector continued its rapid growth in 2017 under tightened supervision on the contents, according to a report on China's internet development.
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