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    Incubation platform offers more opportunities for young drama talents


    Performing like a dark horse in last year’s drama industry, the Peiyuan platform selected 24 scripts from nearly 400 candidates for incubation, adding more vigor to the whole field.

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    Musical on delivery couriers staged in Beijing


    The musical On the Road premiered in Beijing on Dec 24 at the Tianqiao Performing Arts Center, showing changes in China's express delivery industry over two decades.

  • China Literature, National Library join forces for digital preservation


    The National Library of China and China Literature, the country's major platform for cyber-based digital literature, reached an agreement for cooperation on Monday in Beijing.

  • Beijing offers cinemas subsidies to mitigate COVID-19 impact


    Beijing has offered a total of 20 million yuan (about $2.9 million) to the cinemas in the city to mitigate the impact of COVID-19 on their business, local authorities said Wednesday.

  • Beijing paper art exhibit pushes the envelope


    Sponsored by Jilin Normal University in Changchun, Northeast China's Jilin province, and slated to open on July 15 at Beijing's Today Art Museum, the National Arts Fund project will pair 58 contemporary Chinese artists and art academy teachers with the work of late folk artist Ku Shulan (1920-2004), a near-mythical figure known as the "Goddess of Paper-cutting" in China.

  • E-releases of films change eyeball game


    China's cinemas may be fearing bankruptcy due to protracted COVID-19-related lockdown restrictions, but businesses offering online entertainment are upbeat about the future.

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