A battle to change perceptions

2015-12-26 03:39:00


Hollywood goes out with a whimper in 2015

2015-12-25 10:52:59

The latest installment of Star Wars opens in China next month, and the US movie industry is looking for the film to give it a big box-office revenue boost in the world's second-largest movie market after a 2015 that could be the worst year in box office receipts for Hollywood since 2008.

Big data is watching

2015-12-17 09:50:53

On a Friday evening, Herbert Chia is left wondering how he might worm his way through the traffic nightmare and be able to make it home before 7:30 pm, in the most convenient, cheapest and safest way possible.

Tibet celebrates 50 years of dubbing mastery

2015-12-25 11:18:54

Hundreds of people gathered in Lhasa, the capital of the Tibet autonomous region, to mark the 50th anniversary of the region's film dubbing achievements.

Film crew captures footage of Qomolangma

2015-12-25 11:18:54

As a child, Pasang Tharchin would stare for hours at the crowds of mountaineers who passed through his hometown as they prepared to tackle their greatest challenge: Qomolangma, known in the West as Mount Everest.

China creating cultural pillar

2015-12-25 11:18:54

More and more, culture is becoming an important element in Chinese people's lives. Little wonder that one of the targets of the newly released 13th Five-Year Plan (2016-2020) is to build China's culture industry into a pillar of the national economy.

Diamond prices taking a hit

2015-12-25 11:18:54

Slower-than-expected growth in China's economy is a major reason for the decline in diamond prices, according to a study.

Beijing air quality may improve on Saturday: experts

2015-12-25 21:35:24

Air quality in Beijing and surrounding regions may improve to the level of "good" or "slight pollution," from "severe pollution," from Saturday afternoon as a cold front will disperse the smog, experts predicted on Friday.

Shenzhen landslide an accident, not geological disaster

2015-12-25 20:53:57

A landslide that left dozens missing in south China's Shenzhen City was an accident, not a geological disaster, a State Council investigation team confirmed Friday.