New exhibitions at HKPM: Yuanmingyuan relics and more
The Hong Kong Palace Museum (HKPM) in West Kowloon Cultural District has recently announced its lineup of new special and thematic exhibitions for 2024, with four special exhibitions focusing on Yuanmingyuan Ruins Park-related artifacts, the origins of Chinese civilization, French art and fashion, and Sino-French cultural exchanges.
Fighting spirit drives dancer's ambition
Her hair is neatly pulled back. Her eyes are sharp and firm. Her movements are full of power and strength. Her fists and palms change rapidly between defense and attack.
Asian Film Awards honor Zhang Yimou, Pema Tseden
Veteran director Zhang Yimou received the highest honor of the Lifetime Achievement Award at the Asian Film Awards in Hong Kong’s West Kowloon Cultural District on Sunday and expressed his gratitude and wish to tell more Asian stories to the world through film.
Ge Jianxiong appointed CUHK-SZ library director
Ge Jianxiong, a distinguished senior professor from Fudan University in Shanghai, has been appointed director of the library at the Chinese University of Hong Kong, Shenzhen (CUHK-Shenzhen), he announced on his social media Tuesday.
Fans express condolences for manga artist
A spokesperson of China’s Foreign Ministry joined Chinese netizens to express deep condolences for the death of renowned Japanese manga artist Akira Toriyama.
Lang Lang's new album highlights French works
Chinese pianist Lang Lang has released his latest album “Lang Lang: Saint-Saëns,” featuring Saint-Saëns’ “Piano Concerto No. 2” and “Carnival of the Animals,” along with other works by five French composers.
Warmth and power in Shenzhen ear care concert
Shenzhen audience members enjoyed a concert filled with warmth, power, and hope at Shenzhen Grand Theater on Sunday night to mark China's 25th National Ear Care Day. Hosted by the Shenzhen Disabled Persons Federation, the annual concert aimed to raise awareness for ear care.
Folk tale-inspired thriller impresses audience
“The Pig, the Snake and the Pigeon,” a Chinese crime film released Friday, has taken audience members by surprise with its black humor and dark thrills.
Chinese-version 'Les Miserables' set for national tour
A new Chinese theater production of Victor Hugo’s “Les Miserables” announced its national tour in Shanghai last week.
World's biggest balloon dragon and its creator
During the Chinese New Year, a balloon dragon measuring over 40 meters long glided through a three-story atrium of a shopping mall in Tuen Mun, Hong Kong. On Jan. 24, the artwork was confirmed breaking the Guinness World Record for being the world’s largest balloon dragon.
In loving memory of Aunt Yang Yi on the first anniversary of her passing
Yang Yi was a renowned literary figure and translator. Her notable translations include the Chinese version of "Wuthering Heights" and "Songs of Innocence and Experience." She also penned numerous original works that were translated into multiple languages and published internationally, greatly influencing the development of contemporary Chinese literature.
State broadcaster puts on air AI-generated animation
China's first animated series “Qianqiu Shisong” generated by artificial intelligence (AI) was put on air via China Central TV Channel 1 on Monday.
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