The Lhasa-Nyingchi Railway, the first bullet train line in southwest China's Tibet Autonomous Region, saw a total of 106,000 passenger trips with a daily average of 3,500 during its first month of operation, according to a statement released by China State Railway Group earlier this week.
Scarlett Johansson is suing Disney over its decision to release superhero movie "Black Widow" on streaming at the same time as in theaters, alleging a breach of contract which cost the star millions of dollars.
Mango TV – owned by China's Hunan Province TV station – has introduced many hit "made-in-China" variety shows and TV series to the world in recent years. Mango TV is also the first and only State-controlled video platform to be listed on the Chinese A-share market.
The organizers of the ongoing 74th Cannes International Film Festival in the southern French city of Cannes have tightened COVID-19 rules and said no cluster infection was found after French actress Lea Seydoux was tested positive for coronavirus.
Chen Man, one of the best known fashion photographers in China, is joining artist Song Yige for an innovative exhibition at Beijing's Song Art Museum. Entitled "Between," the exhibition explores the intricate and intimate relations between two of the most popular art forms: photography and oil painting.
China will increase support for micro and small enterprises (MSEs) and self-employed individuals to help them overcome difficulties and grow their businesses, the State Council's Executive Meeting chaired by Premier Li Keqiang announced Wednesday.
China's ancient port of Quanzhou was bestowed the much-coveted title of World Heritage Site by UNESCO's World Heritage Committee during its extended 44th session held in southeast China's Fuzhou and online on Sunday.
As the sun rises higher during the hottest hours, the mercury rises to its peak. Adding a musical touch is the background chorus of the cicadas. The searing weather and the sweet noise mark the advent of "Major Heat," or "Dashu" in Chinese, the 12th solar term of the traditional Chinese lunar calendar.
The Chinese lunar calendar divides the year into 24 solar terms. The Grain in Ear, also known as Mangzhong, the ninth solar term, begins on June 6 this year. The syllable Mang refers to the awn on the seed shell of cereal plants. The beginning of the Grain in Ear means the grains are mature, so it is a solar term reflecting agricultural phenology.
The ancient port of Quanzhou is seeking, for the second time, World Heritage status. The proposal "Quanzhou: Emporium of the World in Song–Yuan China" to get the coveted tag will be evaluated by the World Heritage Committee holding its 44th session in southeast China's Fuzhou and online.