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  • Intl Delicacy Carnival boosts cultural consumption in Beijing


    To present a gastronomical tour among countries involved in the Belt and Road Initiative, the 2nd International Delicacy Carnival made a great coup last weekend.

  • Film on China's poverty battle grosses $295 million


    My People, My Homeland, an anthology comedy film depicting China's achievements in the battle against poverty, has generated a total of 2 billion yuan ($295 million) at the China box office since its release on Oct 1, both the National Day and the Mid-Autumn Festival.

  • China's box office nears 3.4b yuan in August


    China's box office sales reached 3.39 billion yuan ($495.6 million) in August, bringing the total box office for 2020 to 5.8 billion yuan, as the world's second-largest box-office market gradually recovers.

  • New types of online cultural consumption sparked by virus outbreak


    China has witnessed new growth opportunities in new types of online cultural consumption amid the COVID-19 outbreak, which will reshape the traditional cultural consumption market in the long run.

  • Beijing kicks off events to encourage spending


    To boost consumption, Fengtai district, as well as many other districts in Beijing, have held various events to attract consumers since Saturday.

  • China's 1st '5G + exhibition' culture, creative festival opens


    Migu Co Ltd, a subsidiary of China Mobile that provides digital content products and services, and China Museums Association have jointly kicked off a seven-day culture and creative festival, during which several renowned museums will offer online exhibitions through adopting superfast 5G-powered virtual reality technology.