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  • Violinist lifts cast of young talent

    2013-06-07 15:10

    German violinist Anne-Sophie Mutter's path to stardom has relied not only on talents, but also on opportunities given by masters like her teachers, soloist Aida Stucki and conductor.

  • Paintings about the Dragon Boat Festival

    2013-06-07 14:39

    According to location and dynasty, the duanwu festival is called something different. As many as twenty names are mentioned in historical records.

  • Foreign learners love Chinese martial arts

    2013-06-07 10:34

    Foreign learners practise Chinese martial arts movements at the Yuxu Palace on Wudang Mountain, in Central China's Hubei province, June 5, 2013.

  • Chinese artist exhibits Tibetan mastiff paintings in St. Petersburg

    2013-06-07 09:32

    An exhibition devoted to paintings of the Tibetan mastiff by Chinese artist Lin Yue on Wednesday opened in the Russian city of St. Petersburg.

  • A rebound for White Deer Prairie

    2013-06-07 09:17

    Spanning the first half of the 20th century, White Deer Prairie performs the impossible task of combining a historical vista with the intimacy of individuals caught in the constant turmoil.

  • Staatsballett Berlin to dance in Beijing

    2013-06-05 16:34

    Staatsballet Berlin will stage the full version of La Péri and also a Mixed Program at the National Center for the Performing Arts in Beijing from June 5 to June 9.

  • Liu Yong's paintings to be auctioned in Beijing

    2013-06-05 14:54

    Well-known for his accomplishments in literature, writer Liu Yong, who is from Taiwan, is bringing five of his paintings to Beijing for the spring sales of an auction company from June 4 to 6.

  • Poly Culture sets sights on overseas markets

    2013-06-05 13:30

    They are probably the most famous ox, tiger, monkey and pig heads in China, and befitting their status as national treasures the bronze sculptures are under round-the-clock surveillance in Beijing.

  • Sichuan opera: one of oldest forms of Chinese opera

    2013-06-05 11:05

    Sichuan opera is one of the oldest forms of Chinese opera, distinguished by face-changing, fire-spitting and other stunts.

  • Weaving their own magic

    2013-06-05 10:47

    Every trick in the magician's repertoire has three acts, and it seems that China's magic industry is waiting for its final act.More than a highland fling

  • Entertaining with laughter and tricks

    2013-06-05 10:35

    Dressed in an ill-fitting black Mao suit, a pair of baggy pants and a rainbow wig with a red hat, the 1.8-meter-tall man bends over to shake the hand of a diminutive 4-year-old girl.

  • A taste of Sichuan opera

    2013-06-04 09:57

    Sichuan opera is one of the oldest forms of Chinese opera, distinguished by face-changing, fire-spitting and other stunts. Regionally Chengdu remains to be the main home of Sichuan opera, while other influential locales include Yunnan, Guizhou and other provinces in Southwest China.