A comprehensive Chinese culture and tourism promotion program "China Weeks: When Culture and Tourism Blend" has been launched online in Britain, offering Britons under the COVID-19 lockdown a closer look at the Chinese culture at home.
With the Beijing Treaty on Audiovisual Performances coming into force on April 28, the new vigor will be injected into the cultural industry, insiders said.
China launched an online platform Monday to provide convenient and efficient assistance for intellectual property rights (IPR) protection, according to the National Intellectual Property Administration (NIPA).
With online cultural products flourishing amid the epidemic, China's cultural tourism industry hopes to grab the opportunities brought by digital development based on 5G technologies.
More than a month since the nationwide closure of thousands of cinemas due to the outbreak of COVID-19, domestic operators in China, the market with world's highest number of screens, are struggling for survival.
The Spring Festival holiday is usually a peak season for the travel industry in any year, but the unexpected novel coronavirus epidemic this year has forced most people to stay at home and travel agencies are bearing the brunt of its impact.