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Terra-cotta performer shows its colors 
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Hong Kong Book Fair greets readers
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Admire masters’ paintings from Nanjing Museum
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Technology helps fuel centuries-old Qinqiang opera
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Yunyou Great Wall app launched
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Design connects human and nature
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Yuja Wang to release album with Capuçon, Ottensamer
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Finding serenity and healing power in Oamul Lu’s exhibition
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A Portuguese publisher’s passion for Chinese culture
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‘Ugly yet adorable’ green horse toy wins hearts
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Leather-carving artist brings solace to grieving pet owners
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Scholar writes lesser-known ancient Chinese sea war history
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Art museum showcases 25 years’ collection of Chinese contemporary art
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‘Lion Rock Spirit’ drama hails SAR’s anniversary
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Improved digital technology preserves cultural relics
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Experiencing ‘Damp Season’ in Shenzhen-set film
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Unusual terracotta figure found at Qinshihuang site
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Designer depicts women’s power in kaleidoscopic illustrations
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Ralph van Raat plays Tan Dun’s piano works in new album
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New findings at Sanxingdui stun archaeologists
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HK Palace Museum to open July 2, featuring 914 relics from Beijing
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Chen Yibai wins 2nd prize at Queen Elisabeth Competition
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Sculptor repairs city ‘scars’ by ‘planting’ felt flowers
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Committee established to promote charm of Chinese characters
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One studio, six designers & seven cats
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New book records evolution of art in China
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Oyster-farming customs, mantis fist and temple fair among traditions named provincial-level cultural heritages
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Digitalization helps more people discover joy of reading
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Original opera ‘Pioneers’ to hit Shenzhen stage
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Macao arts festival ‘invigorates’ power of times
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Aspiring designers illustrate amazing Asian aesthetics
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Comedian sees life with a generous sense of humor
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Tiger stirs up waves in China’s design industry
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A rendezvous with contemporary art
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Art exhibition of ‘A Dream of Red Mansions’ opens in the Netherlands
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New book on China by renowned British sociologist published
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Bringing Tang Dynasty armor back to life
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Online art class for young kids
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Chinese-themed children’s book comes into spotlight at London Book Fair
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Gen Z’s love of Guochao bodes well for Chinese economy
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Concert hall offers online programs
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New Sanxingdui museum under construcdtion
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Japanese photographer’s largest overseas exhibit premieres in Beijing
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Ruins of ancient academy shed lights on roots of Chinese civilization
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Local illustrator paints to keep memories alive
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UK’s best-selling novel to greet Chinese readers
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A wordsmith for humanity
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Art Watch
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Centuries-old handicrafts thrive in Tibet
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Ruins of China’s earliest state academy found

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