The quiz tournament is averaging more viewers than the NBA Finals, World Series, and Stanley Cup.
Netflix's 24 nominations were two more than Disney's total, even when combining all of the nominations earned by Disney's various studios into a single number.
A Chinese Troupe from Sichuan Province on Saturday staged a captivating performance here at Uganda’s top University, Makerere University as part of celebrations to mark the Spring Festival. The Sichuan Province Song & Dance Theatre troupe performed Chinese Folk Songs, acrobatics, dancing among others to an audience, which included students, business people and members of […]
The Armenian National Philharmonic Orchestra (ANPO) Officially concluded its two week tour in China on Thursday, which was hailed as a Representative event of increasing Cultural exchanges between the two Countries. This is the first time that the Orchestra, founded in 1925 performed in China. Armenia Ambassador to China Sergey Manassarian said at a previous […]
There was a record number of original TV shows last year. 2020 is going to be even bigger.
A Panel discussion in The First Belt & Road Sinology and Cultural Development Forum underscored the significant role that Intercultural Communication is playing in securing sound and sustainable development of the Belt & Road Initiative (BRI). The group session, organised by the Beijing Language and Culture University this week on January 7, in the Chinese […]
On the first day of 2020, Sun Yi finally received the e-mail she had long been waiting for. It contained the final version of her wedding plan. The plan, which had gone through nearly 10 revisions, offered the 29 year old a “New Chinese Style” wedding ceremony in March, which she described as being “traditional, […]
After bearing the brunt of jihadist dynamite and looting by thieves, the archaeological treasures of Afghanistan’s Bamiyan Province are facing a new and possibly more daunting threat: Climate Change. The Valley is home to Silk Road Era Shahr-e Gholghola Fortress & Shar-e Zohak Citadel Nestled in the heart of the Hindu Kush Mountains, the Bamiyan […]
In November 1948, the great photographer went to shoot ‘the last days of Beijing’. He returned to China in 1958 to capture the results of the Maoist revolution. Images from both visits are brought together for the first time in an exhibition in Paris C...
A Portrait Exhibition featuring works by artists from Member Countries of the Shanghai Cooperation Organisation is being held at the Tsinghua University Art Museum, allowing viewers to get a glimpse of the people and the Social Realities of these Countries. On display are portraits including a Chinese Miner, a Mountain girl in Pakistan, young students […]