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Chinese museum rings in Year of the Ox by holding art expo
With the Chinese New Year less than a month away, the celebration is already getting started.
Iranian-Chinese animation ‘The Gools’ to be screened in China
A joint animation project between Iran and China, ‘The Gools,’ received a screening permit in China and soon will hit the Chinese silver screens.
Medieval Chinese coin found in England’s Hampshire may well be genuine: Historian
A medieval Chinese coin from the early 11th century that was unearthed in a Hampshire Village may well be a genuine find, according to a Cambridge University historian.
Chinese tourists, gripped by coronavirus fears, scale back domestic travel plans
Chinese tourists, millions of whom have shunned overseas travel this year because of the global pandemic, are further narrowing the scope of their journeys, visiting nearby cities and avoiding trips out of their provinces.
Two Iranian productions to be screened at Chinese Hainan Island event
Two Iranian films, ‘Bandar Band,’ directed by female filmmaker Manijeh Hekmat, and ‘Sun Children,’ directed by Majid Majidi, will hit the silver screen at the 3rd Hainan Island International Film Festival (HIIFF) in China.
Chinese reforestation to cut global COS
Barely a day passes without the global anxiety of climate change rearing its ugly head. Manmade carbon emissions from fossil fuels are now so significant that scientists claim we have entered a new and vastly different geological time period, the anthropocene.
Chinese man covers body in 140 pounds of bees for Guinness World Record
A Chinese daredevil achieved a Guinness World Record when his body was covered in more than 140 pounds of living bees.
Thailand admits foreign tourists for first time in seven months
Thailand’s tourist industry took a modest step toward reviving its coronavirus-battered fortunes by welcoming 39 visitors who flew in from Shanghai, the first such arrivals since regular travelers were banned almost seven months ago.
German bakery helps deaf Chinese earn their daily bread
The oven's warm glow and aroma of fresh bread signal the morning rush at Bach's Bakery in the central Chinese city of Changsha, but although the baking staff chatter excitedly, you could hear a pin drop.
Singapore becomes hub for Chinese tech amid US tensions
Some of China's biggest technology firms are expanding operations in Singapore as tensions rise between Washington and Beijing.
Chinese investment in Australia plunges as tensions mount
Chinese investment in Australia almost halved in 2019, new data released on Monday showed, as relations between the two countries deteriorated.
Senior Chinese envoy warns Australia of ‘shadow’ over ties
A top Chinese diplomat warned Australia of a “shadow” over the relations between Beijing and Canberra, saying Australia’s support for the US in calling for an investigation into the origins of the new coronavirus prodded Washington to put more pressure on China.
Chinese military protests US spy plane for breaching PLA no-fly zone
The Chinese military strongly protested a US spy plane trespassing into a no-fly zone of a live-fire drill by the Chinese People's Liberation Army (PLA), a spokesperson of the Chinese Ministry of National Defense said.
Chinese rural applicant for archeology unfazed by online controversies
A rural Chinese student and top performer in the college entrance exams has grasped national headlines by choosing to study archeology, defying a long-held stereotype that the major, and humanities in general, are not meant for social ladder climbers.

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