Category Archives: Culture

‘Comfort women’ film a sleeper hit

A documentary film on the lives of 22 sex slaves in China who survived World War II has become an unlikely hit. Su Beiqi, the head of the film’s promotional team, said they expected the low-budget documentary, Twenty Two, which was shown on just 1 percent of China’s 45,000 screens on its opening day Monday, […]

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Hollywood movies continue pandering to China market

I have long understood that the Chinese and the US economies are intertwined and interdependent. I am also aware that collaborations between the two sides in the movie industry remain frequent and consistent.

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Cluster of Flying Tigers relics found

Experts studying the history of the Flying Tigers in China said they have discovered the largest and most concentrated cluster of relics sites related to the legendary US volunteer air squadron, which helped China fight Japanese invaders during World War II.

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Success as a tourist spot endangers caves

Digitization, internet traffic used to ease number of visitors

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Intl festival displays culture from around the world

An ancient city with a history of about 2,300 years, Chengdu takes pride in its myriad historical and cultural legacies.

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Ancient relics uncovered in heart of former capital

Relics of the Fugan Temple, a historical site mentioned in ancient documents, were discovered in downtown Chengdu in June, unveiling the true color of the old Buddhist temple that was established during the Eastern Jin Dynasty (317-420).

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