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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.
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.
George Clooney, wife give full backing to students march against gun violence
George Clooney, wife give full backing to students march against gun violence
'A Bite of China' offers new delights
The popular documentary "A Bite of China," which explores the relationship between Chinese people and food, returned for its third season on Monday during the Spring Festival holiday.
'Monster Hunt 2' tops Chinese box office
​Domestic fantasy "Monster Hunt 2" led the Chinese film market in the week ending Feb. 18, earning 1,190.6 million yuan (about 187.7 million U.S. dollars), according to Maoyan, a popular film database in China.
68th Berlin Int'l Film Festival to kick off
The 68th Berlin International Film Festival will kick off on Feb. 15 and last until Feb. 25.
China's quiz shows banned from promoting 'money worship' and extravagance
China's press and publications regulator circulated a notice on Wednesday to regulate the live-streaming trivia quiz shows that have taken China by storm since the beginning of the year.
Domestic movies to enrich Chinese Lunar New Year
China's box office is estimated to exceed 400 million yuan (nearly 63.2 million U.S. dollars) on Feb. 16, the first day of the Lunar New Year, according to Maoyan, a popular film database in China.
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